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The MicroEJ company

MicroEJ is a software vendor of cost-driven solutions for embedded and IoT devices. We are focused on providing device manufacturers with secure products in markets where software applications require high performance, compact size, energy efficiency, and cost-effective development.

Today more than 75+ companies in the world with currently over 40 million product shipments planned, have already chosen MicroEJ to design electronic product applications in a large variety of industries, including smart home, wearables, healthcare, industrial automation, retail, telecommunications, smart city, and transportation.

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Why MicroEJ?

The MicroEJ technology includes a set of powerful tools enabling embedded and IoT device manufacturers to:

  • Improve their competitive position over time through incremental innovation
  • Increase margin by significant COGS reduction
  • Accelerate Time-to-Market while dramatically reducing delays
  • Reduce project execution risks
  • Find additional sources of recurring revenue by providing new services and leveraging data

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Executive board

Our success owes much to the competence and involvement of our staff members – business engineers, marketing and administration professionals, embedded software engineering specialists – and to the experience and high skills of our management team, which shows the way and builds long-term vision.

Fred Rivard

Founder, CEO

Fred turns technology assets into business reality within embedded systems. Prior to founding MicroEJ, Fred has been part at OTI/IBM of the Java compiler team, the J9 Java virtual machine team, and the pervasive embedded team.

Régis Latawiec


Before joining MicroEJ in 2007, Régis has served as Application Department Manager, and Product Marketing Manager in semiconductors companies. He also managed a 32-bit Microcontrollers product line from initial design to commercial launch.

Robert Diloreto


With more than 20 years of domestic and international sales and business development, Robert joined MicroEJ in 2017. He previously served in industries such as Deep Learning, Neural Networks, Embedded Edge Devices, Health Care, IoT and Robotics.

Supervisory board

Jehan Coquebert de Neuville


Jehan joined MicroEJ as a chairman in 2011. He previously served as a CEO of Completel Europe, VP Southern Europe of 3COM. Earlier in his career, Jehan held various positions as COO, and Sales/Marketing VP in several US companies.


Board Member

Partner at Innovacom, Vincent joined the Board upon Innovacom’s first investment in the Company in 2011. He is a skilled Venture Capital investor being daily exposed to high technology and fast growing innovative Companies.



With 300+ million Euros under management Innovacom is a leading investment firm in Europe providing equity financing to high-growth companies from early stage to expansion. Since its creation in 1988 in France where it pioneered venture capital industry Innovacom has helped 300+ innovative companies in technology, media and telecommunications launch and grow their business internationally with offices in Paris, Stockholm and San Francisco. Focused on hardware, software and contents bringing high value to people and organizations its 100+ portfolio exits through trade sale or IPO include success stories like Business Objects (acq. by Oracle), Gemplus (now Gemalto), Kelkoo (acq. by Yahoo), Tumbleweed (merged with Axway), Soitec (listed), Auféminin (now part of Axel Springer), Inventel (acq. by Thomson), Netezza (acq. by IBM), Bytemobile (acq. by Citrix), Netcentrex (acq. by Comverse), Mobile Complete (acq. by Keynote), Steek (acq. by F Secure), Streamezzo (acq. by Amdocs), Owlient (acq. by Ubisoft) or Digitick (acq. by Vivendi). Working with some of the brightest minds in the Information Technology business, Innovacom is an active investor uniquely positioned to provide its portfolio companies with business development support towards the best partners. For more information visit www.innovacom.com


eclipseEclipse is an open source community of Tools and Java IDE, Projects and Collaborative Working Groups. Eclipse has over 250 different open source projects allowing organizations to collaborate in the development of new innovations and solutions that follow best practices and are based on open source principles.

embedded-franceEmbedded France is the French association of software and embedded systems representatives. Embedded France is open to all other centers and professional associations from the embedded systems area. Embedded France was created in 2013 with the aim of increasing employment in the sector of embedded systems and software in France, and contributing to the competitiveness of the French Industry.

OCFThe Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) create a specification and sponsors an open source project to unlock the massive opportunity in the IoT market, accelerating industry innovation and helping developers and companies create solutions that map to a single open specification. The OCF’s vision for IoT is that billions of connected devices (devices, phones, computers and sensors) will communicate with one another regardless of manufacturer, operating system, chipset or transport. With the OCF fulfilling this promise, anyone – from a large technology company to a maker in their garage – can adopt the open standards of OCF to innovate and compete, helping ensure secure interoperability for consumers, business, and industry.

IR-LOGOImages & Réseaux supports small and medium-sized suppliers. It provides its support and expertise as a cluster to innovative SMEs in the region to help them develop. The SME Pact’s objective is to help SMEs grow and encourage the development of Medium Sized Businesses within the French economic and industrial landscape.

minalogicGlobal competitive cluster Minalogic fosters research-led innovation in intelligent miniaturized products and solutions for industry.

Located in Grenoble, France, the cluster channels in a single physical location a range of highly-specialized skills and resources from knowledge creation to the development and production of intelligent miniaturized services for industry.

systematic“World class” French Cluster, Systematic brings together more than 650 key players in the Paris Region area. Each of them working in the field of software-dominant systems with a strong societal dimension.
At the heart of the digital revolution, the goal of Systematic is to develop the regional economy, boost the competitiveness of local companies and support employment growth by leveraging innovation, training and partnership opportunities.

HGIThe HGI, founded in 2004 by major broadband service providers (BSPs), and joined by leading vendors of digital home equipment, is shaping the way that IP services are delivered to the home.
The HGI publishes requirements for digital home building blocks. Those building blocks are the hardware and software in the digital home that connect consumers and services. They include home gateways, home networks, and home network devices.
HGI projects are triggered by the services vision of our BSP members, and build on the technical collaboration of all the HGI participants. The HGI welcomes BSPs and vendors from across the globe. Our members represent the entire spectrum of players in the broadband home area.

agoraAgora was born when several large French companies and SMEs joined forces to design and distribute components, products and terminals that would communicate with services to provide better «smart home» living. The idea was to jointly review all ways to enable domestic technologies to communicate, interact and cooperate. The partners’ shared goal was to provide residents of «smart homes» with more fluid, more economical, more efficient services by building a bridge linking everything together. This «bridge», this new household language could improve the management of energy, communications, comfort, entertainment, security, home care services and e-health, while protecting personal data.

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