OpenVPX 1.0 for military systems webcast happening on Wednesday 10 Feb.

NASHUA, 8 Feb. 2010. Engineers from Boeing, GE Intelligent Platforms, Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Solutions, Mercury Computer Systems, and SIE Computing Solutions discuss the impact of OpenVPX 1.0 in military systems this Wednesday, 10 Feb. at 3pm Est.

Feb 8th, 2010

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NASHUA, 8 Feb. 2010. Engineers from Boeing, GE Intelligent Platforms, Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Solutions, Mercury Computer Systems, and SIE Computing Solutions discuss the impact of OpenVPX 1.0 in military systems this Wednesday, 10 Feb. at 3pm Est.

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Bob Ford, senior engineer/scientist and associate technical fellow, Boeing Integrated Defense Systems will start off the webcast followed by Richard Kirk, global product manager, Military and Aerospace SBCs, GE Intelligent Platforms; Pete Jha, senior software engineer, Curtiss Wright Controls Embedded Computing; Shaun McQuaid
senior product manager, OpenVPX Products, Mercury Computer Systems; and Ian Day, United Kingdom systems director, SIE Computing Solutions, Inc.

The OpenVPX Industry Working Group, made up of companies within the VME embedded computing industry, came together last year to suggest system interoperability guidelines for the VPX (VITA 46) high-speed embedded computer switch fabric. The OpenVPX V1.0 Specification was completed on schedule last fall has now moved into the VITA 65 working group. The OpenVPX and VITA 65 groups are trying to resolve interoperability conflicts that have made it difficult for lead systems integrators to make VPX components from different vendors work easily together. This webcast with industry experts will discuss the OpenVPX Specification, how to get started with OpenVPX, how OpenVPX applies to military systems, and more.

The webcast is sponsored by Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing, GE Intelligent Platforms, Mercury Computer Systems, and SIE Computing Solutions.

For more information on the webcast, go to http://mae.pennnet.com/webcast/display_webcast.cfm?id=1007.

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