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is a charitable organisation involved in advanced electronics.
We began as a company engineering products for third parties utilising our expertise with ARM processors, FPGAs, DSPs, JTAG, general microprocessors, ethernet, software and general electronics. Our JTAG programmer for programming FPGAs, PLDs, configurators and flash memory attached to ARM processors and Texas Instruments DSPs found industrial and educational use in a number of situations in at least three continents [note: since discontinued].
Our organisation is a registered charity in New Zealand owned by a charitable trust. By law, all profits that we make must be distributed to a very small set of beneficiaries that basically encompass other charities operating in New Zealand, or third parties engaged in charitable work.
Our name Mission Technologies recognises that we develop technological products, and that our organisation is devoted to mission towards others. We have a special burden for the people in third world countries, and want to try and make their lives better.
We, the directors, believe the commandment that Jesus gave us to "love one another as I have loved you". This principle is incorporated in the legal documents that define Mission Technologies, and underpins our working ethos. The company constitution also includes the Nicene Creed.
We have dreams. One day we want to move into alternative energy: wind, water and solar. We want to see how to apply technology to help in the 3rd world, and we have a lot of ideas - but unfortunately limited time and energy. We would like to ask you to pray for us, that we will truly do the Lord's bidding and give all Glory to Him, and that Mission Technologies will be blessed in doing His work. Thank you. Amen.