AUSTIN, Texas, March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- National Instruments (Nasdaq: NATI) has accounted for all employees working in and traveling to Japan, and its offices in Japan were undamaged. The NI offices in Nagoya and Osaka are fully functional, and the NI Tokyo office is largely operational, with some employees working remotely.
"We are all saddened by the destruction and loss of life as a result of the earthquake and the Pacific tsunami that struck Japan on March 11," said Dr. James Truchard, co-founder, president and CEO. "I would like to thank all of our employees in Japan for their strength and resilience and their continued support to our customers in the face of this crisis."
NI and its employees are committed to assisting in the recovery efforts, and NI is making a contribution of $100,000 USD to the American Red Cross: Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami Fund.
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