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Commtest Instruments Ltd., a privately held company that aims to bring the benefits of vibration analysis to the mainstream industry, has introduced its Ascent 2007 vibration analysis software, which now includes support for Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows XP Professional x64 edition.

"In the interest of maintaining continuity and full support of our past and present product line offerings, Ascent 2007 bridges communications and database management of information from our existing vbSeries instruments, vbOnline modules and our all-new vb7 offering," explains Dennis Shreve, Commtest's vice president.

Ascent 2007 features a new applicable instruments guide - designed to advise users on which measurement parameters are available - as well as enhanced reporting functionality. For further information, visit www.commtest.com


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