Peer Technologies owns more than 30 years of experience in the field of computer systems and performs consulting and development activities in the areas of IT consulting, consolidation of data center infrastructures, network management and security, CAD/CAE in multi-domain physics environments as well as the use of multiprocessors in industrial and medical electronics.
Mile stones in this field have been:

  • Portable Respiratory Control Computer for Intensive Care (Drägerwerk, 1975)
  • Motorola 6800 Personal Computer (1976)
  • Motorola ECL 10000 µ-programmable VLIW DRAM Tester (HP, 1977)
  • IEEE 754 Floating Point Hardware (1978)
  • Motorola 68020 Unix System VR3 Workstation (1983)
  • Port of the Berkeley Spice3 Circuit Simulator to Cray-2 (1985)
  • World's First 8-Port Ethernet Switch (Universität Stuttgart, 1988)
  • The Road to InfiniBand: 1-Gbit/s Serial HIPPI Switch (Timension, 1999)
  • High Performance Storage System (HPSS) for Solaris (IBM, 2000)
  • Portable Control Computer for Minimally Invasive Surgery (Karl Storz, 2002)
  • Eberle Shaver System C2 (Eberle, 2004)
  • Linear Current Differential Displacement Sensor Principle (2010)

Current research and development projects include the theory and design of parallel clusters with non-uniform memory architectures for the efficient execution of commercial multi-domain physics codes.

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World’s first Ethernet Switch (Universität Stuttgart, February 23, 1988)