Electronics & Computers

NI Announces Measurement Studio 2009

December 16, 2009

The software reduces development time for test and measurement Visual Studio developers and introduces advancements for 64-bit .NET application development and Windows 7 operating systems.

AUSTIN, TX /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- National Instruments announced Measurement Studio 2009, which decreases development time for engineers, using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, Visual Studio 2005, or Visual Studio .NET 2003, to create test and measurement applications. Measurement Studio 2009 simplifies data acquisition, analysis, and visualization by providing integrated I/O support, native libraries, and user interface updates. The software introduces support for the latest advancements in PC technologies, including increased memory in 64-bit .NET application development and Microsoft Windows 7 operating systems. Measurement Studio 2009 also provides increased I/O capabilities with integrated support for new NI data acquisition hardware on PC buses, such as USB, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, PCI Express and PXI.

Measurement Studio supports the latest enhancements in PC technologies, such as Windows 7 operating systems, and improves performance of memory-intensive applications with support for 64-bit .NET development and deployment and integration with 64-bit drivers. Visual Studio developers who have adopted a 64-bit operating system, such as Windows 7, can start taking full advantage of increased processing power and memory capabilities with Measurement Studio 2009.

The software integrates I/O support for new DAQ hardware from NI, such as NI CompactDAQ, Wi-Fi DAQ, and X Series DAQ devices. Measurement Studio seamlessly integrates with NI-DAQmx driver software to take advantage of the sophisticated capabilities of NI hardware, including faster stream-to-disk rates of up to 1.2 GBps, multiple timing engines, and advanced counter/timer functionality. The new I/O capabilities and provided measurement analysis class libraries also help engineers more efficiently obtain measurements from physical sensors.

Additionally, Measurement Studio 2009 simplifies the setup of streaming high-speed data to disk for .NET developers using Technical Data Management Streaming (TDMS). With the TDMS file format and NI-DAQmx driver, engineers can stream directly to disk up to 12 times faster than with previous versions of Measurement Studio. The TDMS integration removes the burden of designing and maintaining custom file formats to achieve sustained data streaming in high-speed measurement applications. Measurement Studio 2009 also provides developers with faster file access and improved compatibility between TDMS applications.

Measurement Studio 2009 also includes incremental user interface improvements to graphically display data. With a new and easy way to set a configuration property to the waveform and complex graphs, Measurement Studio can automatically generate different colors for each plot, eliminating the need to explicitly assign colors to plots. The software also features updates to the Network Variable Class Library, which helps engineers perform cross-platform communication among several Windows applications. This library now provides engineers with the ability to immediately publish an update to network variables and configure descriptions and types for explicitly created network variables.

To learn more about the added benefits that Measurement Studio 2009 provides, please visit the company's Web site.

Pricing and Contact Information
NI Measurement Studio 2009 Standard Edition
Priced from $499; €499; 74,000 yen

NI Measurement Studio 2009 Standard Edition, with 1 year SSP
Priced from $599; €599; 89,000 yen

NI Measurement Studio 2009 Professional Edition with 1 year SSP
Priced from $1249; €1,249; 184,000 yen

NI Measurement Studio 2009 Enterprise Edition
Priced from $2599; €2,599; 383,000 yen

All prices are subject to change without notice.

11500 N Mopac Expwy, Austin, Texas 78759-3504; 800-258-7022, fax 512-683-9300, email info@ni.com.

About NI
National Instruments is transforming the way engineers and scientists design, prototype, and deploy systems for measurement, automation, and embedded applications. NI empowers customers with off-the-shelf software, such as NI LabVIEW and modular cost-effective hardware, and sells to a broad base of more than 30,000 different companies worldwide, with no one customer representing more than 3% of revenue and no one industry representing more than 15% of revenue. Headquartered in Austin, TX, NI has more than 5000 employees and direct operations in more than 40 countries. For the past 10 years, FORTUNE magazine has named NI one of the 100 best companies to work for in America. Readers can obtain investment information from the company's investor relations department by calling 512-683-5090, e-mailing nati@ni.com or visiting the company's Web site.

Measurement Studio, National Instruments, NI, ni.com, and NI CompactDAQ are trademarks of National Instruments. Other product and company names listed are trademarks or trade names of their respective companies.

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