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Catalyst Enterprises

Founded in 1992 in San Jose, Calif., Catalyst manufactures data bus analysis and emulation tools for Serial Attached SCSI (SAS), Serial ATA (SATA), PCI Express, USB 2.0 and Wireless USB. Catalyst’s development tools incorporate a reconfigurable hardware core architecture, which can be updated in the field, keeping the tool current with the latest standards and updated feature sets. Catalyst products are used by companies in the data storage, telecommunications, semiconductor, software, consumer electronics, defense, and other industries. Catalyst is a wholly owned subsidiary of LeCroy Corporation (LCRY). Catalyst can be found on the web at

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