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VIDEO: General Micro Systems: The World’s Most Advanced Rugged Server  

VIDEO: General Micro Systems: The World’s Most Advanced Rugged Server

Ben Sharfi, CEO at General Micro Systems, discusses the latest and greatest GMS rugged servers at AUSA 2017, including the new S2U “King Cobra.” The King Cobra server is the smallest, fastest rack-mount server on the market, with more I/O performance and storage than any other server replacing several 1U/2U servers with a single 2U enclosure. For more information, visit: https://www.gms4sbc.com/

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VIDEO: Aitech Defense Systems featured A176 Cyclone GPGPU Fanless SFF RediBuilt Supercomputer  

VIDEO: Aitech Defense Systems featured A176 Cyclone GPGPU Fanless SFF RediBuilt Supercomputer

Doug Patterson with Aitech Defense Systems discusses the newest Aitech product which was introduced at AUSA -- the A176 Cyclone, which is the smallest and most powerful Rugged-GPGPU, ideally suited for distributed systems. Connected to a camera, it's good for target tracking, perimeter protection and control, image stabilization, platform stabilization -- anything with a video. For more details, visit http://rugged.com/

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VIDEO: Crystal Group: Fully Optimized Rugged Computer Equipment (FORCE)  

VIDEO: Crystal Group: Fully Optimized Rugged Computer Equipment (FORCE)

Robert Haag, VP Sales and Market at Crystal Group, talks to Military Embedded Systems' Tom Varcie at AUSA 2017 about the new FORCE server line. Engineered with the latest advances in ruggedization, Crystal Group 1U, 2U, and 3U Rugged FORCE Servers with Intel® Xeon Skylake processors bring unprecedented power and flexibility to the battlefield. Now with more standard rugged features to protect against heat, vibration, shock and humidity. Crystal Group 22” 1U FORCE servers can dissipate 280 watts of CPU power with state of the art liquid cooling. FORCE is a high-bandwidth, low-latency, SWaP-C optimized high-performance computing (HPC) system. Tackle your toughest workloads with Crystal Group FORCE Rugged Servers. For more information: https://www.crystalrugged.com/

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VIDEO: IEE demonstrated multifunction displays in the U.S. Air Force F-15 fighter jet  

VIDEO: IEE demonstrated multifunction displays in the U.S. Air Force F-15 fighter jet

Steve Motter, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, discusses IEE's multifunction displays that go into the F-15 fighter jet. The first is a CRT replacement, which is a direct form-fit function replacement for the existing multi-purpose display that goes into the F-15 E model. Also he introduces the 6" x 8" display which goes into the C and D models. Go to http://www.ieeinc.com/ for more details.

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VIDEO: Themis unveiled new HDversa compact computing at AUSA 2017  

VIDEO: Themis unveiled new HDversa compact computing at AUSA 2017

Rollie Schmidt with Themis shows off Themis' new HDversa at AUSA 2017. Only 10” deep, 6U (26.7cm) tall, and requiring less than 1500W of total power, the HDversa features a redundant power backplane with twelve module bays that fit a wide range of standardized storage, graphics, networking, and management modules. Designed to easily fit in the same physical space as legacy VME platforms, it simplifies technology upgrades, reduces costs, accelerates workloads, and offers a wide-range of functionality for tactical data centers, machinery control systems, signal processing systems, and remotely-located console controllers. Please visit https://www.themis.com/

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ZMicro ZM3 Computer  

ZMicro ZM3 Computer

Description: The ZM3 airborne computer is designed specifically to minimize size & weight while maximizing performance for airborne ISR applications with high-end CPU, GPU and encoder options.

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The COBRA from Omnetics Connector Corp.  

The COBRA from Omnetics Connector Corp.

Check out the COBRA, Omnetics latest connector specifically designed for the dismounted soldier. It’s optimized for battlefield communications, featuring eight 5-amp contacts, USB 2.0 and a magnet-free connection. COBRA’s unique and durable locking system is easy to use, Molle strap compatible, waterproof and easily cleanable. Learn more at AUSA Booth #8016.

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Military Embedded Systems: 2018 Editorial Calendar  

Military Embedded Systems: 2018 Editorial Calendar

Military Embedded Systems (print edition, 8x annually) focuses on embedded electronics – hardware and software – for military applications through technical coverage of all parts of the design process. The website http://mil-embedded.com, Resource Guide, e-newsletters, and print editions provide insight on embedded tools and strategies such as software, hardware, systems, technology insertion, obsolescence management, and many other military-specific technical subjects. Coverage includes the latest innovative products, technology, and market trends driving military embedded applications such as radar, sonar, unmanned system payloads, signals intelligence, electronic warfare, C4ISR, avionics, telemetry, imaging, and more. Each issue provides readers with the information they need to stay connected to the pulse of embedded technology in the military and aerospace industries.

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