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What Is Hardware Abstraction?

What Is Hardware Abstraction?

What is hardware abstraction, and what are the benefits when recording or generating signals for test equipment

What Kind of Hardware Platforms Do We Use?

What Kind of Hardware Platforms Do We Use?

With regard to our software platforms, we are building systems by using the programming language, LabVIEW, and the

Two More “STRONG” TestStand Architects

Two More “STRONG” TestStand Architects

A week ago, we celebrated that we have become two more TestStand Architects at GPower. Congratulations to Mads Grunnet

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We Expect to Double the Number of Employees

We Expect to Double the Number of Employees

Since August 2017, Martin Boje has gained the position of CEO at GPower. Now, the number of employees has doubled, and Martin

GPower Is Much More than LabVIEW Architects

GPower Is Much More than LabVIEW Architects

Based on our latest stories, we have reached the front page in the seventh edition of Aktuel Elektronik, a Danish electronics magazine!

Randers Amtsavis: Record Speed at GPower

Randers Amtsavis: Record Speed at GPower

Randers Amtsavis – Erhvervsmagasinet: ”Record speed at GPower – they need more employees”. That was the headline, when we had space in

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