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Ampex is a leading supplier of high-capacity, high performance digital storage systems capable of functioning in demanding environments on land, at sea or in the air. In addition to offering a line of state-of-the-art products, Ampex works closely with its customers to provide solutions to complex data capture requirements that may involve major modifications to an existing product or development of an entirely new product or technology.

Major markets served include intelligence, surveillance, reconnaisance and flight test. The company's high performance recorders acquire data at higher speeds and store larger volumes of data than general purpose recording devices. Ampex offers solid state, disk and legacy tape based products that can be engineered to satisfy the specific requirements of each customer. Ampex also provides service and maintenance contracts worldwide.

 

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Delta Information Systems, Inc. Completes Acquisition of Ampex Data Systems Corporation

As of October 28, 2014 - We are very pleased to announce that Delta Information Systems, Inc. has completed the acquisition of Ampex Data Systems. “We expect this acquisition to help position us to provide Best-of-Breed solutions for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) mission recording and transmission as well as complementing our flight test telemetry product offerings.”

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Ampex announces its fastest, most advanced, ultra-wideband network file server ever: the TuffServ 640

Ampex announces its fastest, most advanced network file server ever: the TuffServ® 640. This ultra-wideband network file server/recorder boasts lightning-fast write speeds of up to 1GB/second, 10 GigE connectivity — and more than 12TB of hot-swappable storage.

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Ampex Data Systems Corporation Announces New Ruggedized Solid State Airborne Server, the TuffServ 280

Ampex Data Systems Corporation announces the release of its newest rugged high definition video recorder, the TuffServ® 220 featuring a specially packaged memory unit, developed to ensure seamless, consistent recording in the harshest conditions.

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  • 1956
The Ampex VRX-1000 Mark IV CBS goes on air with the first videotape delayed broadcast, Douglas Edwards and The News, on November 30, 1956, from Los Angeles, California, using the Ampex Mark IV.

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