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CME gets Advantech agency

20 November 2002 News

Since its inception in 1994, Centurion MicroElectronics has gone from strength to strength in becoming one of the leading suppliers of embedded and industrial computer products to South Africa. Striving to continually improve on its current products and services, the company has proudly announced that as of October this year, it has secured a shared agency for all Advantech's product lines.

CME's main focus will rest on the following product groups:

* Embedded Computing Group (ECG): system on module solutions (SOM); system on chip solutions (SoCER); biscuit-sized single board computers; PC/104 modules; half-sized CPU cards; POS control boards and panel PCs.

* Industrial Automation Group (IAG): industrial networking; plug-in DA&C cards; complete range of ADAM modules; universal network controllers; facility management systems.

* Networking Computing Group (NCG): Compact PCI enclosures, boards and peripherals; industrial chassis, storage units and computer peripherals; E-Server systems; network appliances; full-length CPU cards.

For more information contact Centurion MicroElectronics, 012 666 9066, peet@cme.co.za



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