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Universal Synaptics Launches New Website

 

Ogden, Utah. August 2010 – Universal Synaptics Corp. announced the launch of its new website this month.  The site is a brand new customer-focused, interactive information site designed to provide the diagnostic, prognostic, and maintenance community’s current up to date information about the latest breakthroughs in testing science and results from testing projects that utilize Universal Synaptics patented analog hardware neural network Intermittent Fault Detection family of products. 

 

 Universal Synaptics failure analysis experts and test engineers have been involved in many projects over the years, ranging from standard testing to extremely complex intermittent failing events undetectable with conventional test equipment.  The new site will reflect this expertise and insight, and provide the site visitor the opportunity to view and read an in-depth technical library, stay current with program and project successes, and have insight into the newest Universal Synaptics projects and product releases.

 

“Websites are their own entity and they tell you when they need to be redesigned, we looked at our website in its entirety and wanted to build a new website from the ground up” said Ken Anderson, Universal Synaptics Vice President of Sales & Business Development.  “Our online visitors will now experience a more vibrant and seamless view of the Universal Synaptics story, new product visuals that are making a serious impact in our industry, balanced with deep online technology resources”

 

Since 1996, Universal Synaptics Corporation, based in Ogden, UT., has been an industry leader in detecting and isolating elusive intermittent faults, and spent years in the "trenches" researching and solving complex diagnostic and testing problems. Their research into the primary root causes of intermittent / No Fault Found (NFF) problems and the massive digital testing void that exists today with conventional scanning test equipment, led to the development of the patented Intermittent Fault Detector (IFD), hardware neural network and all-lines-all-the-time wiring / circuit analyzer test solutions.  For more information, please contact Universal Synaptics (801) 731-8508.