VXI Technology Changes Name to VTI InstrumentsFebruary 11, 2009
The move is meant to more accurately represent the applications and markets the company serves and allows potential customers to better understand its capabilities.
Irvine, CA -- VXI Technology Inc. announced that it has changed its name to VTI Instruments Corp. to more completely represent the applications and markets that it serves.
"While we continue to be the leading supplier of VXIbus products, our development efforts focus on several industry standards that each have a long history of stability and backward compatibility," said Paul Dhillon, President and CEO. "Changing our name is the natural next step for the company since it allows potential customers to better understand VTI's capabilities. It is an exciting time for VTI as we further expand our customer base worldwide."
VTI Instruments develops precision instrumentation for electronic signal distribution, data acquisition, and monitoring on several open architecture platforms, including VXI, VME, and LXI, which the company cofounded in 2004. VTI's design philosophy allows its customers to optimize their capital investment through product and platform longevity. With over 20 years of experience, VTI Instruments continues to successfully serve the following key markets: aerospace, defense, and the energy- and power-generation industries.
VTI Instruments Corp. delivers precision instrumentation for electronic signal distribution, acquisition, and monitoring. ISO9001:2000 registered, the company serves the following key markets: aerospace, defense, and energy and power generation. VTI's technology allows its customers to optimize their capital investment through product longevity while ensuring unmatched measurement integrity and data reliability. With plants in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, worldwide product support is provided through a network of VTI-certified engineering representatives. VTI is a sponsor member of the VXI Consortium and a strategic/founding member of the LXI Consortium.
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