Legacy Hardware


Legacy hardware and software systems are defined as those that currently perform useful tasks but face possible interruption or termination of operation in the future due to a number of reasons. The main reasons include the need for increasing functionality, processing and interface scalability, better form (size, weight, power, volume) requirements, decreased maintenance and life-cycle support costs, as well as resilience to parts obsolescence. Other reasons can include the availability of superior competing algorithms, architectures, and technologies meeting (or exceeding) the specifications of the legacy system that are often at a lower cost.

aSoos Inc. is expert in analyzing and troubleshooting existing client designs and extending the lifetime of electrical or electronic equipment.

aSoos Inc. understands the requirements of the RoHS Directive and proposes and implements technological solutions compliant with RoHS.