NI India bags F & S tech innovation award

by K C Krishnadas, TechOnline India - December 20, 2011

Award recognizes NI commitment to enriching PXI product line

Frost & Sullivan has named NI India for its 2011 Technology Innovation of the Year Award in Electronic Test & Measurement for the company’s PXI product line. The  award was based on uniqueness in technology, impact on new products and applications, impact on functionality, impact on customer value and relevance of innovation to industry.

NI pioneered the PXI platform in 1997 and today offers more than 450 PXI products to help engineers meet complex test challenges at a fraction of the size, cost and time of traditional solutions. NI has expanded its PXI line with the introduction of products such as the NI PXIe-5665 RF vector signal analyzer, the NI PXIe-4141 source measure unit with SourceAdapt technology and the NI PXIe-5186 high-bandwidth digitizer with Tektronix, Enabling Technology. Compared to traditional instruments, NI PXI products help engineers create better solutions to meet increasingly complex testing needs, reduce time to market and lower the cost of testing. 

In 2011, NI introduced more than 40 other PXI products to further extend the possibilities of PXI across diverse industries. With these new product introductions, NI continues its leading innovation in the ever-growing global PXI market. Engineers and scientists can mix and match a variety of NI PXI products and control their entire systems with NI LabVIEW software to address virtually any challenge.

National Instruments India was established in 1998 to further graphical system design technology in the country. Consistent double-digit growth and increased investments in India are a testament to the success of graphical system design technology in the country. 

“NI India has played a critical role in establishing the concept of graphical system design and software defined modular instrumentation in India and has enabled affordable and efficient testing with their PXI platform,” said Frost & Sullivan Partner and global vice president of Research, Shekar Gopalan.

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