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New partnership to promote PXI

Networking equipment specialists Pickering Interfaces and Amplicon have joined forces to create a new PXI alliance.

The body will attempt to raise awareness and counteract misunderstanding of PXI – which is an open PC-based platform for testing, measurement and control.

According to Pickering Interfaces and Amplicon, many vendors believe they must get their PXI products from one vendor or face compatibility issues, but the alliance will try and dispel this rumour.

Nick Hickford, Pickering’s UK sales manager, said: "Many system designers do not fully appreciate the degree of interoperability that PXI offers and may compromise their designs by trying to source all components from a single vendor."

Meanwhile Amplicon's product manager for measurement and control said the alliance will ultimately give the UK market more choice and a greater opportunity to cut costs.

Amplicon offers a range of network and communications hardware including fibre optic lead converters and video servers which can be mounted in server racks.ADNFCR-1186-ID-19018352-ADNFCR

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