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Nightside Test Design Emerges from Tech Incubator

Nightside Test Design Emerges from Tech Incubator and Opens Auckland Branch

Press release, 5-Dec-06,Nightside Test Design Christchurch, New Zealand: Christchurch owned electronics testing company, Nightside Test Design, recently opened a new branch in Auckland, with the appointment of Nagendra Gangadharan as Field Sales Engineer.

Nagendra comes to Nightside from a position as Software Design Engineer with Glidepath, and prior to that, spent 11 years lecturing in electronic and electrical engineering at the Singapore Polytechnic. He has a B Eng from the University of Madras, India and a M Eng from the University of Auckland.

Expansion into a new market is a significant step for Nightside, reflecting a growing market demand for the company's embedded software testing and measurement services, and coincides with a move out of the Canterbury Innovation Incubator into stand alone premises.


About Nightside Test Design

Founded in 2001, Nightside Test Design provides proven independent test solutions as an alternative to having an in-house testing department. Accurate and timely testing can help streamline the development cycle while improving time to market, product reliability and efficiency.

Nightside’s professional services have now expanded to cover the full product development lifecycle from design to production, including Software Testing, Production Testing, Embedded Development, Industrial Control, Measurement and Data Logging.

Nightside is a member of the National Instruments Alliance Partner Program – an international network of consultants, systems integrators, and product developers that help bring NI technology to new applications and markets.

As one of only two Certified Alliance Partners in New Zealand, Nightside uses NI LabVIEW, LabWindows/CVI, and TestStand, along with the NI data acquisition and control hardware to provide automated solutions for manufacturing production test applications. www.nightside.co.nz


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