SAN DIEGO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/14/13 -- Chassis Plans, a provider of rugged computer systems and rugged LCD monitors and keyboard video monitors for military, industrial, and commercial applications, announces that it has attained Intel® Technology Provider Platinum Partner Status. The company has years of experience integrating Intel® processors into its products and has completed the advanced training required to meet this partner level.
Chassis Plans offers customized and standardized 1U-5U ruggedized and non-ruggedized rackmount computers and other form factors that utilize Intel® processors. Chassis Plans' standard computer systems come in models that provide a variety of processing power options. When customers have a unique requirement, Chassis Plans has the expertise to customize the system to meet the speed and capacity needs based on the final application.
To receive more information on the company's standard and customized product offerings, contact Chassis Plans at 858-571-4330 or by email at email@example.com.
About Chassis Plans
Chassis Plans designs, fabricates and integrates standard and custom high-performance computing platforms and LCD displays for the military and heavy industry. Using COTS components, Chassis Plans provides solutions for customers who need reliable systems that will operate in a variety of harsh conditions and who require revision control and hardware consistency for multi-year programs. With an in-house engineering department, Chassis Plans can also design and build rapid prototypes. Chassis Plans is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company that produces products domestically and has been in business in Southern California for over a decade.
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Marketing Communications Manager
Chassis Plans LLC
10123 Carroll Canyon Road
San Diego, CA 92131
Phone: 858-570-4330 x133
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