New German office for embedded engineering specialist

Geensys, a company recently formed from the merger of TNI-Software and Ayrton Technology, has expanded into Germany with the opening of a new direct sales and support office in Munich.

Ingo Bruse, the sales director for Germany, Austria and Switzerland, will manage the office. Bruse brings more than 10 years' experience in the embedded and real-time world to the position. He has previously worked with QNX Software Systems, ARC International and Solid Information Technology.

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