VXI-1 Revision 4.0 Presentation at AUTOTESTCON 2010
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NIWOT, CO, Aug 30 (MARKET WIRE) -- A presentation on the VXIbus standard including VXI-1, Revision 4.0 will be given at AUTOTESTCON 2010 by Torsten Rissel from Bustec, Co-Chair of the VXIbus Consortium Technical Committee. The VXIbus is a well-conceived, established, time-tested and thriving standard, and this presentation will cover the basics of the technical strengths of this bus as well as the exciting improvements in VXI 4.0. The "VXI, PXI, IVI, LXI, and AXIe Standards Improve ATE Systems Design" seminar will teach the attributes of each test and measurement standard to show how they reduce cost and system development time. Attend this informative seminar on the latest advances in these test standards on Mon., 9/13, from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm (room location on signs on the show floor). Other guest speakers from Agilent, NI and Geotest provide insights and education on the basics from their customer experiences with the PXI, LXI, IVI, and AXIe standards. Sign up for the free VXIbus Newsletter at www.vxibus.org for additional information. About the VXIbus Consortium The VXIbus Consortium is a not-for-profit corporation made up of the leading companies in the Test & Measurement Industry. The consortium's goals are to develop, support, and promote the VXIbus architecture, the most popular open standard platform for data acquisition and ATE systems in the world today. For more information, visit www.vxibus.org. Products and company names listed are trademarks or trade names of their respective companies. VXIbus Consortium Contact: Bob Helsel Executive Director email@example.com Copyright 2010, Market Wire, All rights reserved. -0-
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