Bustronic Offers Hundreds of I/O Pins with New 32-bit cPCI Backplanes

7/12/2004 - Bustronic Corporation, an industry leading designer and manufacturer of high performance backplanes has developed a line of 32-bit CompactPCI (cPCI) backplanes that complement the company's 64-bit line.

The new 32-bit version cPCI offers hundreds of I/O pins across the backplane that on the 64-bit version are defined and therefore unavailable. The Bustronic 32-bit backplane line currently includes a 6U 8-slot, a 3U 8-slot, and a 3U 3-slot version. The company plans to continue to expand the product line.

All Bustronic CompactPCI backplanes are compliant to the latest PICMG specifications. Utilizing controlled-impedance stripline design, the Bustronic backplanes have virtually zero crosstalk. The company also offers a wide range of 64-bit cPCI backplanes, one of the largest PICMG 2.16-compliant packet switching lines in the industry, and various other CompactPCI accessories.

Founded in 1989, Bustronic specializes in the design and manufacture of high-performance backplanes. Bustronic has a complete line of industry-standard backplanes, including CompactPCI, VME, VME64x, VME320, H.110 CTEL, and VXI. Bustronic's custom design service combines creative engineering, highly sophisticated computer simulation and modern design techniques to offer customized backplanes that meet the most specialized system requirements. A member of the ELMA Electronic group, Bustronic is located in Fremont, California. Bustronic is a member of PICMG and VITA and can be found on the World Wide Web at www.Bustronic.com.

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