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VETRONICS: Rugged computer for radar processing introduced by Curtiss-Wright

Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions in High Wycombe, England, is shipping an enhanced version of its MPMC-9335 multi-platform mission computer (MPMC) for compute-intensive applications, such as image, data, and radar processing in space-, weight-, and power-constrained platforms, such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and ground vehicles.

The enhanced MPMC-9335 3-slot rugged VPX system supports an extended operating temperature range, with intermittent operation rated to as hot as 71 degrees Celsius and continuous operation at baseplate temperatures up to 65 degrees C. The rugged computer boasts the latest-generation, quad-core Intel Core i7 single-board computer and 240-core NVIDIA MPMC-9335 Fermi GPGPU.

FOR MORE INFORMATION visit Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions online at www.cwcdefense.com.


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