Finger Lakes Engineering
FLE was also growing in the electronics and FPGA design activities. The company was developing a custom embedded processor (based on the C161 core) and a high performance 2D graphics co-processor for a video game manufacturer in Taiwan. FLE's staff was supplemented by other independent contractors and part-time employees. Beginning in 2001, FLE began working with the start-up company Princeton Power Systems to assist on what would become multi-year product developments for the company's variable speed 3-phase AC motor drive systems.