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Bluewater Systems Appoints Sales Director

Bluewater Systems Appoints Sales Director

Christchurch-based ARM technology specialist, Bluewater Systems, has announced the appointment of Sarosh Dubash to head the company’s Sales and Business Development department.

Previously business development and product manager for Navman where he contributed to the phenomenal growth of the OEM division of the company from start-up, and prior to that, product manager at Tait Electronics, Sarosh has 19 years industry experience in a mixture of high tech design, project management and commercial assignments.

The appointment is a new one for Bluewater Systems and reflects the rapid expansion of the company which is approaching its ten year anniversary in 2007.


About Bluewater Systems (

Bluewater Systems is an independently owned company formed in 1996 and an ARM Technology Solution Centre, specialising in on board and FPGA electronic design. With offices in Christchurch, New Zealand and Melbourne, Australia, Bluewater Systems has provided services to a number of international customers, including the Australian Department of Defence, ARM PLC, NEC, TracMap, Surveylab and Tenon.

The Company’s vision is to enable all businesses to realise the benefits of ARM technology through tools, consulting, support and system modules. Products and services offered by Bluewater Systems include:
* Extensive range of ARM development tools
* Snapper System Module and Single Board Computer which enables fast design and turn-around and low-volume manufacture of advanced electronics designs
* ARM Consulting services, from FPGA design to full product development

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