Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:
We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "VME", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.
Start with the news release VME64 board handles harsh operating environments from Concurrent Technologies, which we summarised at the time by saying "Well suited to conduction-cooled applications within the transportation, industrial control, telemetry, defence, security and aerospace markets". Earlier in the week, we featured the news release Compute engine boosts speed without more power from Mistral Software: "The Champ-AV5 will enable systems integrators to upgrade existing systems without the typical concern of increased power consumption".
In December 2007, we covered the news from GE Fanuc Embedded Systems concerning its NETernity GBX24 iand NETernity VXS24 - take a look at Gigabit switches enable VME development which says: "The rugged GBX24 is designed to meet the demanding requirements of network switching in harsh military/aerospace environments".
Take a look also at the news release from GE Fanuc Embedded Systems, Digital transmitter converts VHF waveforms, as well as VMEbus board accelerates data throughput from MEN Mikro Elektronik, and Switch card supports multiple VXS boards from GE Fanuc Embedded Systems.
Speedy switch put to military duties (November 2007)
Industry's highest performance serial RapidIO switch features in system blades for defence and aerospace applications
I/O system accelerates flight simulator (November 2007)
Compact and rugged Gigabit Ethernet based I/O platform allows FlightSafety to operate its new simulator at 2000Hz, providing ultrasmooth and realistic flight characteristics
Connectors cut the costs of upgrades (November 2007)
The 3M B19 connector solution enables the extension of the life of existing VME and CPCI systems
Computers meet military needs (October 2007)
Aitech Defense Systems' C108 SBC reduces heat generation for increased reliability, while its pin compatibility reduces upgrade, operating and maintenance and logistics expenses
SBC suits intensive data transfer (September 2007)
Concurrent Technologies' VP 426/23x single board computer effectively provides four processor cores
Distributor promises new life for VME systems (September 2007)
VME Boards International is a new name in the board distribution market
Cost-effective case for instruments (September 2007)
Instrument case range is expanded with cost-effective basic version