Medav GmbH in Uttenreuth, Germany, ended its search for a server on which to run its signal- and data-processing software with Slice technology from Themis Computer in Fremont, Calif.
Medav is incorporating Themis Slice servers into a submarine communications intelligence system. The Slice subrack is integrated into 19-inch bays alongside Medav equipment, including tuners and software, in the application. The new communication system takes advantage of the Themis Slice switched computing architecture, including liquid-cooled servers and solid-state storage units, designed for high-density and high-performance, mission-critical computing.
Themis Slice, available in air- and liquid-cooled versions, boasts a scalable, open, and modular design to speed and simplify technology upgrades and extend the system’s usable life. Its processor-independent architecture ensures seamless support of SPARC and x86 architectures; Solaris, Windows, and Linux operating systems; and third-party network servers, storage systems, and switches.
“By disaggregating commercial computing resources and housing the units in blind-mating (pluggable) rack slice modules, the Themis Slice architecture achieves high compute densities with thermal and kinetic management, without recourse to external shock and vibration isolation,” says William E. Kehret, president of Themis Computer. For more information, visit www.themis.com.