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First public demonstration of a live OpenVPX system

Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing partnered with Hybricon to make industry history with the first public demonstration of a live OpenVPX (VITA 65) system on Oct 18, 2009.

The 4-slot 3U Hybricon chassis was integrated with an OpenVPX backplane and populated with Curtiss-Wright Control's OpenVPX Ready cards. This brief video delivers an overview of this historic event and a description of the demonstration system.

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