Vista to build VME320 ATR chassis

Engineers from Vista Controls Corp. in Santa Clarita, Calif., are teaming with Bustronic Corp. of Fremont, Calif., to create a new air transport rack (ATR) chassis with the new 320-megabyte-per-second VME320 backplane data bus. Designers will integrate Bustronic VME320 technology with Vista`s ATRs for military and high-reliability applications. Backplanes will be available as a standard with one-half ATR Short and the 1 ATR Short chassis from Vista. For more information, contact Vista`s Richard

Oct 1st, 1997

Engineers from Vista Controls Corp. in Santa Clarita, Calif., are teaming with Bustronic Corp. of Fremont, Calif., to create a new air transport rack (ATR) chassis with the new 320-megabyte-per-second VME320 backplane data bus. Designers will integrate Bustronic VME320 technology with Vista`s ATRs for military and high-reliability applications. Backplanes will be available as a standard with one-half ATR Short and the 1 ATR Short chassis from Vista. For more information, contact Vista`s Richard Copra by phone at 805-257-4430, by fax at 805-257-4782, by e-mail at dick@vistacc.com, or on the World Wide Web at http://www. vistacc.com/. - J.K.

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