Data Physics Corporation

Data Physics Corporation

Data Physics Headquarters

2480 N. 1st Street

Suite 100

San Jose, CA 95131 USA

AboutData Physics Corporation

Data Physics, owned by Battery Ventures, was founded by two Alumni of Hewlett Packard in 1984. Dave Snyder had designed hardware and software for the Fourier Analyzers developed at the Santa Clara Division of HP. Sri Welaratna had worked for HP in England, Europe and then in Santa Clara developing applications of Fourier Analyzers. The first project Dave and Sri did together was the design of the UD 400AT vibration controller, the first to use a PC as the host computer and a DSP based signal processing peripheral. This project began in 1983 and used the Texas Instruments TMS32010, the very first Digital Signal Processor.

Starting with the SignalCalc software library for HP Basic computers Data Physics evolved to signal processing solutions on PCs using add on DSP hardware to provide the computational power required for realtime measurements and analysis.

In 2014, Battery Ventures bought a controlling stake in Data Physics. DP is the fifth active industrial-technology platform in the Battery portfolio. In 2015, Battery Ventures acquired a controlling stake in both Lansmont and Team Corporations, establishing the foundation of the Noise & Vibration Technologies (NVT) Group.

1984: Data Physics Corp.

1986: DP420 FFT Analyzer on PC using embedded DSP

1987: Continuous Convolution Algorithm

1988: 1st Vibration Controller in a PC

1996: World’s Smallest FFT Analyzer

1998: ISO Certification

2000: I*Star Acquisition, Multi Shaker Control

2001: DP Electrodynamic Shakers

2003: Abacus DSPcentric Hardware Platform

2005: Quattro – Ultra-Portable DSPEngine

2005: Acquisition of Gearing & Watson Electronics, Ltd.

2009: Acquisition of Ling Electronics, Ltd.

2014: Battery Ventures purchased a controlling stake in Data Physics Corporation.

2015: Lansmont and Team Corporations join Data Physics to form the Noise and Vibration Technologies Group.

Data Physics has been supplying high performance solutions in signal processing to the noise and vibration community since 1984. With a full line of electrodynamic shakers to complement its vibration controllers and dynamic signal analyzers, Data Physics is a total solution supplier for vibration applications. Data Physics products are “Made in the USA” and “Made in the UK”.

Data Physics manufactures products that are “Made in the USA” and “Made in the UK”

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