powered by CADENAS

Social Share

VersaLogic (57 views - - UNDEFINED -)

VersaLogic is a privately held corporation located in Tualatin, Oregon, USA that designs and manufactures board-level products for embedded systems. The company's products are used by OEMs in a wide range of markets including medical, transportation, security, instrumentation, robotics, avionics, and unmanned vehicles.
Go to Article

VersaLogic

VersaLogic

VersaLogic Corp.
Private
IndustryTechnology
Founded1976
HeadquartersTualatin, Oregon, USA
45°23′19″N 122°48′04″W / 45.38855°N 122.8011222°W / 45.38855; -122.8011222Coordinates: 45°23′19″N 122°48′04″W / 45.38855°N 122.8011222°W / 45.38855; -122.8011222
Key people
Productsembedded systems
Websitewww.versalogic.com

VersaLogic is a privately held corporation located in Tualatin, Oregon, USA that designs and manufactures board-level products for embedded systems.[1] The company's products are used by OEMs in a wide range of markets including medical, transportation, security, instrumentation,[2][3] robotics, avionics, and unmanned vehicles.

History

VersaLogic was founded in 1976 in Eugene, Oregon, by Len Crane and Gary Harris.[4] The company consolidated operation in 2010 to the western edge of Eugene into the former headquarters of Obie Media along 11th Avenue.[4] At that time, the privately held VersaLogic had grown to 70 employees.[4] In November 2012, the company announced it would relocate to the Portland metropolitan area where it had opened a research office in 2010 in Tigard.[5][6] The new headquarters opened in 2013 in Tualatin.[5][6][7]

Operations

The company's headquarters are located in Tualatin Oregon within the Portland metropolitan area. VersaLogic is registered to the ISO 9001:2015 standard.[8]

Products

VersaLogic designs and manufactures embedded computer products in several standards-based form factors including EBX, EPIC, PC/104,[9] SUMIT, and COM Express. In 2012, the company provided computer components for torpedoes to the United States military.[10][11] VersaLogic components have been used in UAVs.[12]

See also



This article uses material from the Wikipedia article "VersaLogic", which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0. There is a list of all authors in Wikipedia

- UNDEFINED -

3d,model,design,library,object,file,part