AUSA 2016: What a Setup!


AUSA 2016

We’re here at AUSA, ready to welcome you to our booth. As of 4:00pm yesterday, we were all set up and good to go—a pretty remarkable achievement, as setup can often run well into the evening.

The team did a phenomenal job getting the booth ready. Our 20x30 stand is the most dramatic we have ever done and it is pin-sharp. The demos showing the prowess of our latest HPEC processing and network hardware are running smartly, our glassed-in conference room is fitted out and ready to host our over 20 meetings with key Army and industry leadership that we will hold over the next three days. 

Our people are briefed and ready. No, they’re more than ready—they’re mission-ready (as in jacked). In our over 30 years of business, we have never had a better story to tell. It’s amazing to me how a company with this much technical and domain knowledge can, in a mere nine months (since leaving GE), reinvigorate and realign with the customer voice and respond with real innovation.

From our VICTORY-compliant switch family, to our extremely low SWaP processors, our performance-leading embedded computers or the software tools we provide, we give our customers the edge in efficiency, cost and schedule performance. 

It’s all on display at our booth #1015 in Hall A. Come see and touch for yourself, talk to us and let us show you what mission-ready means.


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Larry Schaffer

Larry Schaffer has been with us in a business development role since 2001, and works to create and maintain long-term, strategic relationships with key companies engaged in embedded computing for ground systems applications with a strong emphasis on image processing and distribution. He was born in Pennsylvania and educated as an Electrical Engineer in New Jersey and California (where he now lives). Just don’t ask him to tell you about being a war baby…

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