VMETRO Receives Award from NASA Robotic Space Programs

1/25/2006 - NASA presented VMETRO in Houston, TX with a Certificate of Recognition for being a quality supplier to NASA and for supporting many NASA robotic programs. During the visit, NASA Supplier Outreach and Process Control Assurance (SOPCA) representative, Chuck Holloway, met with VMETRO management and employees to review several NASA initiatives and gave a presentation on Process Control Awareness. SOPCA is a NASA-wide effort to provide suppliers with information and tools to aid in the continual improvement of process control.

"VMETRO has demonstrated to be a quality supplier for the NASA robotic space programs. We are recognizing their efforts of sustaining effective quality controls throughout the organization and their continued dedication and diligence necessary to provide high quality products," said Arvin Llamzon of NASA's SOPCA Program.

VMETRO provides integrators of high-end embedded computer systems with products and services, from development through deployment, with the highest levels of performance, innovation and reliability. The products are based mostly on open standards like VXS, PCI Express, VME, PCI and CompactPCI. Founded in 1986, VMETRO is the world's largest manufacturer of bus analyzers for standard buses such as VME, PCI and PCI Express. VMETRO also offers an extensive line of high-performance signal processing solutions, real-time data recorders, PMC I/O controllers and modules for real-time data processing, acquisition and networking. VMETRO has been traded on the Oslo Stock Exchange (Ticker:VME) since 1997.

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