STAR-Dundee has a number of partners and is a member of various organisations. A selection of these are shown below. Our distributors and representatives are listed on a separate page.
AMD (formerly Xilinx)
STAR-Dundee is an AMD Adaptive Computing Partner, offering SpaceWire and SpaceFibre IP cores for the AMD Space-Grade (XQR) radiation-tolerant Versal and Kintex UltraScale FPGAs, and legacy devices such as the radiation-hardened Virtex-5QV.
Institute of Export and International Trade
As well as holding Approved Exporter Status, STAR-Dundee is a member of the UK government’s Institute of Export and International Trade.
STAR-Dundee is a Microchip FPGA & SoC Partner, offering SpaceWire and SpaceFibre IP cores for the Microchip radiation tolerant FPGAs including the RTAX, RTG4 and PolarFire devices.
STAR-Dundee has been a Microsoft Partner for a number of years. Our products include signed drivers and software for the latest Windows operating systems, in addition to supporting other platforms.
PXI Systems Alliance
STAR-Dundee is an Associate Member of the PXI Systems Alliance. A number of our products are built on the PXI platform.
STAR-Dundee worked with RAMON.space on the VHiSSI Framework 7 Programme to develop an experimental ASIC featuring both SpaceWire and SpaceFibre interfaces. RAMON.space has developed the RC64, a 64-core parallel processor utilising STAR-Dundee SpaceWire and SpaceFibre IP.
UKspace SME Forum
STAR-Dundee is a member of the UKspace SME Forum. UKspace is the trade association of the UK space industry.
University of Dundee
STAR-Dundee maintains a good relationship with the University of Dundee’s Space Technology Centre, and we have worked together on a number of projects.
STAR-Dundee is a member of VITA, which develops and promotes open technology standards for real-time, modular embedded computing systems. Through STAR-Dundee’s efforts, the VITA SpaceVPX standard now includes SpaceFibre as a backplane option.