8/27/2004 - Bustronic Corporation, the leader in high-performance backplanes, has announced its new seminar series on backplane design and technologies. The first in the series is titled "Next-Gen Backplane Technology: Product Trends and Advanced Simulation".
The first seminar in the free series will be stationed near the company's Chelmsford, MA office. Held at the Holiday Inn in Tewksbury, MA, the seminar starts on Oct. 26th from 10:00am to 1:30pm. It includes a detailed presentation on new and upcoming next-generation backplanes in open-standard architectures. There will be a review of the background, focus, design aspects, and pros/cons of various technologies. The topic includes simulation studies on technologies such as AdvancedTCA and VXS, as well as a roadmap of next-gen backplanes and signal integrity studies for future designs.
The Bustronic seminar series includes presentations, samples and/or demonstrations, and an interactive forum for discussion. An excellent way for engineers to learn new technologies, design techniques, and to network with other engineers, the seminars will be held in various locations throughout the US.
For more information on Bustronic's seminar series or to sign up, call the Chelmsford, MA office at 978-970-0499 x17 or visit http://www.bustronic.com/seminar.htm
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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