3/4/2003 - Connect Tech Inc., designer and manufacturer of multi-port serial adapters, is pleased to announce the release of signed drivers in cooperation with Microsoft's "Designed for Windows" Certification and Logo program. Connect Tech has always designed and rigorously tested its products for compatibility with supported operating systems, and the presence of Microsoft's digital signature and logo further ensures the end user that Connect Tech's drivers and hardware meet or exceed Microsoft's compatibility requirements.
The Blue Heat/PCI Windows XP driver is the first to go through the testing process and be awarded the designation. Software for hardware products with the Designed for Microsoft Windows XP logo has a digital signature from Microsoft, indicating that the product was tested for compatibility with Windows and has not been altered since testing. It also allows the user to check for the latest driver updates in the Windows Update in Help and Support Center.
The logo indicates that customers using the Blue Heat/PCI in XP environments will have the best Windows XP experience. It promises the product:
"We're proud that our products meet the strict requirements set by the Designed for Windows XP program," says David J. Worthen, President of Connect Tech. "Now our customers can see at a glance that the Blue Heat/PCI and other products in the future will guarantee the best possible experience on Windows XP."
The current signed XP driver is available in the Download Zone. Watch for more Designed for Microsoft Windows products coming soon.
About Connect Tech
Since 1985, Connect Tech has provided the globe with high quality, cost-effective connectivity solutions. Committed to excellence in both product design and customer satisfaction, Connect Tech continues to build on a reputation for manufacturing high performance multi-port serial adapters for the Industrial and Embedded PC market. Specializing in customization, Connect Tech's standard products include CompactPCI, PC/104, PCI and ISA bus compatible boards, and external USB-to-serial devices.
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