Edward F. Steinfeld


Edward F. Steinfeld



Edward Steinfeld provides marketing services for vendors to the Embedded Systems Industry. Developing new markets, evangelizing technologies or products, meeting the press, and writing papers and articles are just some of the activities Ed can do for you. Whether it is computer boards, embedded kernels, Internet tools, or semiconductors, Ed can help you market your product or technology to the right audience.

The Mission

Edward F. Steinfeld is the best marketing partner in the Embedded Systems Industry. Acting as a department of your corporation, Ed strives to be the most complete and knowledgeable marketing resource available.

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Contact Information

To learn more about Edward F. Steinfeld, talk about your needs and goals, or just to discuss marketing of products to the embedded development community give Ed a call or send an email.

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25 Arbor Glen Drive, Stow, MA 01775-1258
Electronic mail
Consulting quote: edward AT go-embedded DOT com


Edward Steinfeld   spent 13 months in Antarctica (National Science Foundation grant) working for the U.S. Weather Bureau. 44 years later he received the Antarctica Service Metal with Wintered Over bar (above left). A couple of years after he completed his assignment he was honored with the naming of Mount Steinfeld (below).

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National Mapping Information

Feature Type: summit
Elevation: 685 m
Latitude: 7512S
Longitude: 13551W
Mountain (685 m) at the W end of an ice-covered ridge that overlooks the confluence of Hull Glacier and Kirkpatrick Glacier, near the coast of Marie Byrd Land. Mapped by USGS from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1959-65. Named by US-ACAN for Edward F. Steinfeld, Jr., USARP meteorologist at Byrd Station, 1962.

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