SURF’s products have delivered the integral technology behind many of the leading vendor’s multimedia servers and gateways and have been deployed to operators and service providers worldwide.   SURF-powered multimedia applications are delivering next-gen services to millions of end-users every day.

The video-ready SURF engine is a fully converged multimedia processing subsystem that integrates easily into media gateways and servers. Since there is no such thing as “one size fits all,” the SURF engine is available in various form factors or DSP chips affording unmatched density and optimal performance.

SURF has partnered with Texas Instruments (TI). This partnership affords SURF significant advantages both in terms of technology as well as logistics, which in turn are enjoyed by our customers. SURF has also focused on the broader ecosystem by developing key partnerships with leading technology companies in the ATCA market such as Emerson, Kontron and Interphase. This close working relationship ensures full compatibility for its components in these vendors’ platforms and assures customers of interoperability.

SURF is an ISO 9000 certified company with global representation. The Company has a world-class team with a wealth of experience in communication equipment subsystems. The Company has 37 patents (18 granted patents and 19 patents pending) covering such areas as optimized transmission of circuit-switched video over a packet network; hardware architecture for dealing with multimedia processing; modem relay over packet network; and processing of voice and video on the same processor. SURF sells its products via OEM or through System Integrators/partners.

In 2008, SURF earned recognition from Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 in Israel and in 2010 SURF was further recognized by the Israeli Economist as one of the top 50 most promising hi-tech firms in Israel.  

SURF’s customers can significantly reduce costs and time-to-market while supporting market demands for true convergence of all media types: video, voice and data over all networks: IP, mobile, wireline, and wireless – all processed simultaneously on a single DSP.