Secure Your Long Term Success with Advantech CPCI and PlusIO
Advantech has been a key player in CompactPCI development for well over a decade now, assisting rugged and industrial OEMs as well as telecom equipment manufacturers to design and integrate CompactPCI in their business and mission critical systems. Our broad selection of processing power and IO and our flexible approach to customization allow us to adapt to each customer’s requirements and business model. Advantech CompactPCI team is committed to providing long-term technology support and timely new product introductions so that our customers can choose when to upgrade their equipment based on strategy and market demands, well ahead of silicon end-of-life scenarios.
At Advantech, we understand the impact which the discontinuation of a component can have on a customer’s product portfolio and we have solid lifecycle management processes in place to handle it. We’ve also learnt how to step in when a key supplier announces the end of a product line and a second source blade is urgently needed which meets the same form, fit and function.
This brochure provides an overview of Advantech key CompactPCI products and capabilities. Open it to discover a broad selection of processing power and I/O and typical applications in where they are deployed.
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