Gigasampling solution

Aiming to engender new surveillance and other intelligence solutions, Ultraview Corp., Orindam, Calif., has released an acquisition board that can take in 1.25 gigasamples per second and hold up to 8 gigabytes of analog data, about 100 times the storage capability of other boards, according to the company.

A gigasample is a billion audio or video samples per second. The device, which runs on a PCI bus, transfers data to the host at 320 megabytes per second. The package includes interface software for the Solaris 8 operating system and, in early 2003, Linux. The AD8-1250DMA costs $12,955.

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