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Mr. Bruce Boyer E.

Vice President of Marketing

Adastra Systems Corporation

HQ Phone: (510) 732-6900

Adastra Systems Corporation

3988 Trust Way

Hayward, California 94545

United States

Company Description

Adastra Systems Corporation designs and manufactures embedded subsystems for the OEM market. The Adastra Systems family of embedded products includes single board computers, embedded peripheral and I/O adapters, and hardware and software development tools ... more

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Education


computer science
University of California , Berkeley

Bachelor of Science degree

University of California , Berkeley

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Inpractis.com - Founding SwingPractis Management Profiles

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Bruce Boyer

Bruce Boyer served as a high-tech marketing executive since 1992 when he co-founded Adastra Systems Corporation and assumed the position of Vice President of Marketing. Mr. Boyer was responsible for the successful branding and market penetration of the company, taking a virtual unknown in the industry and creating company identity that became well known and respected. Mr. Boyer received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1978.


Embedded Technology.com News for computer design professionals

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For additional information, contact Bruce Boyer of Adastra Systems at 510.732.6900 (voice), 510.732.7655 (fax), or bboyer@adastra.com (email).


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Bruce Boyer

Executive Vice President
510-732-6900
Adastra Systems and JUMPtec Join Forces
Adastra Systems and JUMPtec seal co-marketing agreement
Hayward, Calif . . . . July 30, 1999 . . . . Adastra Systems Corporation and JUMPtec Industrielle Computertechnik AG of Deggendorf, Germany, announce that they have signed a Distribution and Cooperation agreement.The agreement establishes Adastra Systems as a supplier of JUMPtec products in North America.Both companies see tremendous benefit in the agreement.The JUMPtec product line, consisting of highly integrated PC/104 products, the DIMM-PC line of small, embeddable PCs, and the PISA® line of PCI/ISA backplane board products, complements that of Adastra and greatly expands the range of embedded solutions offered by Adastra.
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The company was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in Hayward, California. . For information, contact Bruce Boyer at 510.732.6900 (voice), 510.732.7655 (fax), or bboyer@adastra.com (email).
JUMPtec Industrielle Computertechnik AG is a manufacturer with products serving both the industrial and embedded computer markets.Headquartered in Deggendorf, Germany, it is publicly traded on the Neuer Markt of the Frankfurt bourse.


Article: PCI stands out at show - Sep 23, 1996

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"I haven't seen the Ampro spec, but it appears that the Samtec connector would work in our case as well," said Bruce Boyer, executive vice president of Adastra, "though I think we'd probably like to have more signals [than it provides]."

While the PC/104 community thrashes out an ISA-compatible route to PCI, PLX plans to remove any reason to tote the legacy ISA along into the future.
It's rare to find a PCI-only system in the marketplace today because ISA is adequate for many 8- and 16-bit functions and is extremely cost-effective in delivering them.


Article: PCI stands out at show - Sep 23, 1996

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"I haven't seen the Ampro spec, but it appears that the Samtec connector would work in our case as well," said Bruce Boyer, executive vice president of Adastra, "though I think we'd probably like to have more signals [than it provides]."

While the PC/104 community thrashes out an ISA-compatible route to PCI, PLX plans to remove any reason to tote the legacy ISA along into the future.
It's rare to find a PCI-only system in the marketplace today because ISA is adequate for many 8- and 16-bit functions and is extremely cost-effective in delivering them.

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