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PTI wins award from French magazine

Performance Technologies Inc. has received an international award for its efforts to develop a new technology standard. France’s Electronique magazine gave PTI its Electrond’Or award in the sub-systems category. The company received the honor for developing packet-switching architecture.

PTI wins award from French magazine

Performance Technologies Inc. has received an international award for its efforts to develop a new technology standard.
France’s Electronique magazine gave PTI its Electrond’Or award in the sub-systems category.
The company received the honor for developing packet-switching architecture now being standardized within the PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group. It enables the movement of data traffic with greater speed and reliability.
“The purpose of the Electron d’Or award is to seek out and recognize innovative systems such as these that will pave the way to telecommunications applications of the future,” said Catherine Gross, senior technology editor. “Performance Technologies’ compact packet-switching backplane architecture is considered a leader among its competitors.”

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