Measurement Computing Corporation, the market leader in low-cost DAQ, announced support for Windows Vista across its USB- and PCI-based product lines. MCC’s support for Microsoft’s newest operating system will provide seamless migration and investment protection for MCC-based applications.
“Because of the advertised security improvements, the new search and navigation features, and the fact that most new PCs are shipping with it,” Measurement Computing marketing director, Jim Ficaro, remarked, “many of our customers will be switching over to the Vista operating system—it’s inevitable. So we’re making sure that when they do switch, we’re ready for them, and that the transition for MCC’s USB and PCI data acquisition products and applications is effortless.”
The new drivers and upgrades to Measurement Computing’s industry-leading Universal Library(TM) allow engineers and technicians to set up data acquisition applications with MCC hardware, and program in C, C++, C#, or Visual Basic languages with Windows Vista compatibility.
The latest version of Universal Library will ship free with all Measurement Computing USB and PCI boards, beginning today. It is also available now as a free download to all current Universal Library customers.
About Measurement Computing Corp.
Measurement Computing Corporation is the data acquisition market leader in the design and manufacture of low-priced, computer-based, test and measurement hardware and software. They offer a broad selection of hardware products for analog input, analog output, and digital I/O, supporting all popular buses. These include USB, wireless, Ethernet, PCI, ISA, PCMCIA, and PC/104, plus serial and GPIB interface products, and a growing line of remote dataloggers. They also offer software solutions for the programmer and non-programmer alike, with drivers for such popular graphical programming languages as LabVIEW. Measurement Computing was founded in 1989, and markets its products throughout the world.