MaxVision Exhibiting Rugged, Portable Computer Workstations and Servers at GEOINT 2010 Symposium

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MaxVision will be exhibiting at GEOINT 2010 Symposium, the nation’s largest intelligence event of the year. The event will be held at Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, November 1st-4th, Booth # 866, http://www.geoint2010.com.

MaxVision will be exhibiting at GEOINT 2010 Symposium, the nation’s largest intelligence event of the year. The event will be held at Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, November 1st-4th, Booth # 866, http://www.geoint2010.com.

MaxVision will have several new and existing products on display including the flagship product MaxPac X-Class dual screen, one of the most powerful, portable rugged workstations in the industry and product of choice for many geospatial operations worldwide. Also on hand will be several new products, MaxCube II which represents the ultimate in rugged compact state-of -the-art virtual machine servers. A new line of Dual Intel Xeon rugged vehicle/maritime/aircraft mounted 3U Rack Mount Servers available in 13” and 20” depth. And the MPac, an ultra mobile, rugged handheld XP computer which features options such as GPS, Wireless and a generous 5.6” sunlight readable touch-screen display.

“Geospatial Intelligence has been and will continue to be a very import vertical market for us," said Bruce Imsand, CEO MaxVision. "We are excited about the opportunity to exhibit our existing and new products to industry and partners alike at GEOINT again this year.”

All MaxVision products are designed and manufactured for extreme outdoor environments and high performance, meeting some of the most demanding Military Standards.

About MaxVision
Founded in 1993, MaxVision manufactures rugged, portable and transportable servers, workstations and accessories with no compromises in performance. MaxVision patent-pending designs provide extensive customization, including advanced air filtration systems, advanced power conditioning, and certified tolerance for extended runtime within 0 - 50 degrees Celsius (32 - 122 degrees Fahrenheit). For more information please visit http://www.maxvision.com

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