Vexcel releases high-speed data capture system

Officials of Vexcel Corp. of Boulder, Colo., are announcing the commercial release of their high-speed data capture system that enables technicians to capture satellite and other high-speed data streams onto computer disks. In the past, downlinked high-speed data required expensive high-density tapes and digital recorders that are not directly computer compatible. The Vexcel Direct Capture System - better known as VxDCS - consists of a UNIX workstation, PCI bus, Vexcel integrated circuit board,

Dec 1st, 1998

Officials of Vexcel Corp. of Boulder, Colo., are announcing the commercial release of their high-speed data capture system that enables technicians to capture satellite and other high-speed data streams onto computer disks. In the past, downlinked high-speed data required expensive high-density tapes and digital recorders that are not directly computer compatible. The Vexcel Direct Capture System - better known as VxDCS - consists of a UNIX workstation, PCI bus, Vexcel integrated circuit board, disks, and a tape drive for data capture and storage. For more information, contact Vexcel`s Ron McCoy by phone at 303-583-0229, by fax at 303-444-0470, by e-mail at mccoy@vexcel. com, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.vexcel.com/. - J.K.

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