National Instruments and Tektronix host joint hands-on seminars throughout 2003

DECEMBER 12--National Instruments (NI; Austin, TX) and Tektronix Inc. (Beaverton, OR; www.tektronix.com) continue their collaboration to solve design engineers' application challenges with a series of hands-on technical seminars demonstrating NI LabVIEW development software running on Tektronix open Windows oscilloscopes.

Dec 12th, 2002

DECEMBER 12--National Instruments (NI; Austin, TX) and Tektronix Inc. (Beaverton, OR; www.tektronix.com) continue their collaboration to solve design engineers' application challenges with a series of hands-on technical seminars demonstrating NI LabVIEW development software running on Tektronix open Windows oscilloscopes. The companies plan to extend the seminars worldwide throughout 2003.

NI recently teamed up with Tektronix to create an unmatched, integrated solution for design engineers. By integrating NI LabVIEW with Tektronix open Windows oscilloscopes, engineers optimize productivity while taking advantage of maximum system flexibility.

The hands-on seminars feature product demonstrations by NI and Tektronix technical experts and an opportunity for engineers to use the LabVIEW-enabled oscilloscopes. Engineers learn to create custom analysis and custom user interfaces for specific oscilloscopes; automatically monitor and control NI LabVIEW virtual instruments (VIs) across the Internet; and instantly publish data to Microsoft Office applications, HTML or XML reports, and databases.

"Integrating with Tektronix oscilloscopes is just one way LabVIEW eases the transition of a design as it moves from research to production," said John Graff, NI vice president of marketing. "By integrating with leading design tools, such as the latest Tektronix high-performance oscilloscopes, LabVIEW analysis, visualization, and report-generation capabilities help engineers more efficiently solve design challenges."

To learn more about LabVIEW running on open Windows oscilloscopes or to download an evaluation version of NI LabVIEW, scope-specific example VIs, and a ready-to-run LabVIEW application for use on Tektronix open Windows oscilloscopes, visit ni.com/tek.

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