Oregano Systems Design und Consulting GmbH (ore, AUT)
Mohsgasse 1, 1030 Wien - Austria
Phone +43 676 84 31 04 200 / Fax +43 8900 940 12
Oregano Systems Design and Consulting Ltd. offers both IP cores and design
services for FPGAs and Embedded Systems focused primarily but not exclusively on industrial electronics and telecom applications.
Located in Vienna, Austria, the company was founded in 2001 as a spin-off from the Vienna University of Technology, where the fundamental
technology for highly accurate and fault tolerant clock synchronization via Ethernet networks was developed.
Aside from its IP core business, the Oregano Systems design team offers full design support ranging from simple interface adaptations
to complete SoC and Embedded Systems design. Currently, the Oregano Systems design team includes over ten design engineers, with more
than one hundred years of combined experience in the area of FPGA, ASIC and mixed signal embedded system design.
Dipl.-Ing. Nikolaus Kero senior researcher
Phone: +43 676 843104300
Received his Dipl.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering (communication engineering) from the
Vienna University of Technology (TU-Wien), Vienna, Austria in 1985. For more than fifteen years
he lead ASIC_Design activites at the Vienna University of Technology. Since 2001, he is one
of two owner-managers of Oregano Systems Design and Consulting GmbH.
Special interests: Embedded system design, PCB design, network-based clock
synchronization, project management
Dipl.-Ing. Christian Eckel researcher
Phone: +43 676 843104450
Christian Eckel was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1974. He received the Dipl.-Ing.
degree in electrical engineering from the Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria, in 2003.
From 2002 to 2005 he was employed at the Institute of Computer Technology at the Vienna
University of Technology. Since 2005 he is with Oregano Systems Design and Consulting GmbH.
His major areas of interest are system design for FPGA based high performance data processing.
Special interests: system design, high speed FPGA design