Signalogic was founded in 1991 by Jeff Brower who had previously cofounded Hyperception in 1984. At Hyperception,
Jeff was the driving force behind the grandfather of DSP software packages -- Hypersignal-Workstation. Hyperception's
success was recognized in the industry and the company was later sold to National Instruments. At Signalogic,
Jeff expanded his DSP innovations to include hardware and software solutions.
Signalogic was started as a DSP tools company, building DSP software that required third-party DSP boards. That changed
in the late 1990s as the company moved to a more 'hardware-centric' position and shifted
from a software only focus to providing complete system solutions that typically included a hardware component.
Since 2004, the company has continued to advance its product range and technology by focusing
a combined expertise in DSP, FPGAs, small-form factor, high-density design, and software integration. This has
allowed the company to find footholds in infrastructure markets occupied by larger competitors.
Since 2007, the company has moved into compute acceleration -- first in media content delivery application areas voice and video,
then in High Performance Computing (HPC) Areas. HPC is the general case, covering applications ranging from media content to
machine vision to computational finance to particle physics.