Huntsville, AL – August 15, 2006 – Diversified Technology, Inc. (DTI) makes the announcement at the Space and Missile Defense Conference (booth 321) that they are joining VITA. VITA is an incorporated, non-profit organization of vendors and users having a common market interest in real-time, modular embedded computing systems.
Ray Alderman, President of VITA, weighed in on the new member, “We are glad to have Diversified Technology, Inc. (DTI) as the newest VITA member. VITA has been uniting manufacturers and end-users through the implementation of open technology standards for more than 20 years, and the strength of our organization depends on the dedication of our members like DTI and their commitment to ensuring that the COTS community continues to grow and evolve.”
Pat Busby, President of Diversified Technology, Inc., said, “VITA has a proven history of advocating the use of open standards in the embedded community, and we are excited to now be an official member of such a strong organization. DTI, with its 35 year history, is committed to serving the COTS product marketplace, as we continue to incorporate the latest industry standards and switched fabric technologies into our product designs. With the advent of VITA 41 and VITA 46 standards, now DTI can build on its current offerings for the COTS military market with proven high-end processing and switched fabrics that are designed and built right here in the United States of America. These new and existing embedded computing designs add to the ever-growing list of military focused products from DTI that also include On-Board Vehicle Power and SFRT Antenna Technology.”
About Diversified Technology, Inc.
Founded in 1971, Diversified Technology, Inc. (DTI) has over a thirty-five year heritage in the embedded computing industry. An Ergon company, DTI is part of one of the largest private corporations in America, and has a reputation for design and manufacturing quality and integrity that is unquestionably the core of the company’s strengths. DTI’s customer deployments extend globally with high-end processing solutions fielded in major communication, military and commercial applications. ()
VITA is an incorporated, non-profit organization of vendors and users having a common market interest in real-time, modular embedded computing systems. Founded in 1984, VITA believes in and champions open system architectures as opposed to proprietary system architectures. VITA’s activities are international in scope. The functions performed by VITA are technical, promotional and user related and are aimed at increasing the total market size, providing vendors additional market exposure and providing users with timely technical information. (www.vita.com/)