For Immediate Release
Tusk Embedded Technologies attending Vancouver EPTECH 2012
Vancouver, BC, Canada – June 13, 2012
Tusk Embedded Technologies Inc., a provider of rugged embedded computer hardware, will attend Vancouver EPTECH 2012 on June 20, 2012 at the Red Robinson Show Theatre, Coquitlam BC.
EPTECH is a series of regional professional electronics shows produced in major high-technology centers across Canada. The series is sponsored by EP&T, Canada’s largest professional electronics trade publication, and is produced by Business Information Group, a leading technology and information provider. Annual EPTECH events are held in Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Toronto/Markham, Vancouver and Quebec City. EPTECH shows in Halifax, Ottawa, London, Winnipeg, Moncton and Saskatoon are held at a frequency of less than every year.
About EP&T Magazine
Electronic Products & Technology (EP&T) is Canada’s leading and largest professional electronics magazine. Published eight times a year, EP&T reaches more than 23,000+ electronics designers, engineers, technologists, technicians, purchasers, researchers and technical managers. Drawing on its global information sources, EP&T covers the latest in new products, applications, engineering, design and manufacturing techniques, leading-edge technologies and key technical and industry business trends.
About Tusk Embedded Technologies Inc.
Tusk Embedded Technologies Inc. provides rugged embedded hardware solutions for organizations and Independent Software Vendors (ISV) in a broad range of markets including Mining, Rail, Marine, Oil & Gas, and Defence. Tusk’s select product line includes Industrial Systems and Panel PCs, Embedded Single Board Computers (SBCs), rugged communication modules, solid-state flash, GPS, and analog and digital I/O. Rugged COTS product is designed and tested to perform in in a variety of mission critical applications where wide temperature ranges, such as –40°C to +85°C, high shock, vibration, dust or moisture is the norm.
Tusk Embedded Technologies Inc.
Aaron Kirchhofer, President