Compass connector

Compass connector

An earlier input/output connector from The Panda Project, Inc., Boca Raton, FL, that provided up to 146 contacts per linear inch and up to 1,100 per square inch. Each pin was split into quarters like the four points of a compass. See VSPA.
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Nasdaq: PNDA) today announced that the Compass Connector has passed The Bellcore qualification.
Longford Associates of England who will focus on selling the company's VSPA(tm) semiconductor package and Compass Connector in Europe.
The Panda Project designs, manufactures and markets their innovative Archistrat workstation and server products which features their Archistrat BackPlane, a 256-bit passive backplane which utilizes their Compass Connector technology.
The Panda Project develops and markets semiconductor packages through its Archistrat Technologies division and highly flexible computer servers and workstations, based around the Compass connector, through its Archistrat Systems Division.
21, 1995--The Panda Project (NASDAQ:PNDA) said it has made two important advancements in the manufacturing of the Compass connector, the enabling technology for its Archistrat 4s Server and 4b Workstation computers.
The Archistrat 4s and 4b Workstation, using innovative Compass Connector technology, offer the industry unprecedented protection against obsolescence.
designs and develops modular, flexible computer systems based on the Compass connector technology.
The 4s Server, which features a dramatic, new computer architecture, is enabled by the Compass connector and its four-pins-per-post architecture.
The Panda Project, based in Boca Raton, Florida, designs and develops modular, flexible computer systems based on the Compass connector technology.
The Archistrat(tm) 4s has a passive backplane designed around an innovative new interconnect technology called the Compass connector.
Archistrat(tm) Systems, a Division of The Panda Project, designs and develops client/server systems that are processor independent and completely modular, as a result of the enabling interconnect technology, called the Compass connector, manufactured by the Archistrat(tm) Technologies Division, under a license from Panda's founder, Stanford W.