Technologies


Accel has experience with a variety of programming languages, interface standards, database systems, and hardware/operating system platforms. Included below are lists of technologies with which we are proficient.

In today's rapidly changing business environment, Accel's broad technology-based experiences has enabled us to become very adept at assimilating and becoming proficient with new programming languages and technologies.

Programming Languages

  • Ada83 and Ada95
  • Clipper
  • C and C++
  • Fortran
  • Java
  • Microsoft Visual Basic
  • Microsoft Visual FoxPro
  • Oracle PL/SQL & Forms
  • Progress V7, V8, V9
  • Interface Standards

  • ASC X12 EDI
  • CORBA
  • ODBC
  • SQL
  • Database Systems & Tools

  • Borland ReportSmith
  • dBase
  • Filemaker
  • Microsoft Access
  • Microsoft FoxPro
  • Oracle 8i
  • Pervasive
  • Progress
  • R&R Report Writer
  • Seagate Crystal Reports
  • SQLBase
  • Accounting/ERP Systems
  • COINS®
  • Dynamics®
  • Max®
  • PC/Payroll®
  • Symix/SyteLine®
  • Think&Do®
  • UNIFI PC®
  • WinWedge®
  • Commercial Software
  • Think&Do®
  • WinWedge®
  • Hardware/OS Platforms

  • DOS
  • Linix
  • Macintosh OS
  • Sun Solaris
  • Unix (HP, SCO, Ultrix)
  • VAX/VMS
  • Windows 3.1/95/98/2000/XP
  • Windows NT
  • Misc Hardware

  • A/D converters
  • Digital Signal converters
  • DMC X-ray gauges
  • Drafto RF C-hook scales
  • Intermec RF networks and devices
  • Leica laser distance meters
  • OPTO22 devices
  • Riegl laser distance meters
  • Valmat X-ray gauges

  • Advanced Energy DC power supplies
  • Advanced Energy RF power supplies
  • Brooks Mag7 Robot
  • CTI10 Cryo pump
  • GP307 Ion gauge
  • Mark1 Ion source
  • MKS 647 gas flow and pressure controller
  • Inficon XTC/XTM thin film deposition controller and monitor
  • Leybold mechanical pumps
  • Mechanical valve
  • Polycold compressor
  • Servo motors, Galil motion controllers
  • Turbomolecular pump
  • Titanium sublimation pump
  • VAT PM5 throttle control valve
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    last updated June 17, 2003