August 20, 2009 | External Link
New Company Headquarters for Growing Avionics and Networking Company
RIO RANCHO, N.M.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Alta Data Technologies (Alta) announced today the relocation to a new, state of the art headquarters in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. The new location is a standalone 9000 sq ft building on the Aero Mechanical campus off Rio Rancho Blvd NE.
“Over the past year, our growth has shown that our AS15531 (MIL-STD-1553) and ARINC product lines have been well established in the commercial market place. Wide customer acceptance of our PCI, PMC, PCI Express interface cards proves that Alta products are the leading-edge technologies required for aerospace and network applications,” stated Jake Haddock, CTO of Alta. He added, “With our projected growth, it became obvious that we needed to relocate to a larger, state of the art facility and we couldn’t be happier than be on the Aero Mechanical (AMII) campus. AMII is a leader in repair of composite flight surfaces, nacelles and other mechanical components and they complement our operations very well.”
“We met with the Alta management team and immediately saw that we wanted them to be part of the AMII campus community. AMII is an FAA and EASA certified repair station and Alta is a leading technology company in avionics networking, so this really bodes well for both companies sharing a common market area. We look forward to working with our new neighbors,” said Mike Hansen, President and CEO of AMII.
About Alta Data Technologies
Alta Data Technologies, www.altadt.com, is a leading provider of avionics and I/O interface cards and software. Alta has introduced several new standard features such as signal capture, signal generators and advanced packetized 1553 Common Data Packet architectures. Provided with most cards is an advanced, modular AltaAPI software tool kit that easily ports between operating systems and provides true, independent application support between device channels. Alta’s PCI/PCI Express, PMC, XMC, PCCARD, VPX, cPCI and PCI Express interface cards and software are offered in multi channel configurations and includes ARINC combination channels on most platforms. Operating system platforms include MS Windows, Wind River VxWorks, Greenhills Integrity, LynxWorks LynxOS, Linux 32-bit and 64-bit, National Instrument’s LabView, INtime RTX Shared Mode and Solaris 64.