National Instruments Relies on Intel Processors
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More than 20 years ago, National Instruments tried something new: Making laboratory instruments with computers embedded inside. That decision led to a $1 billion corporation. NI chose Intel chips back then, and the company is still happy with its decision. As Intel's microprocessors have gotten faster, smaller, and cheaper, so have NI's lab instruments. Just as NI surfs the wave of Intel innovation, so can other industrial, medical, and manufacturing businesses. Read this white paper on NI's decision-making process and see if their strategy can work for you too.