NextComputing demonstrates high-performance mobile workstations, servers at West 2007 in San Diego

NASHUA, N.H., 26 Jan. 2007. At West 2007 in San Diego, sponsored by AFCEA International (The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association), NextComputing is demonstrating its NextDimension Pro HD. The lightweight, briefcase-sized, all-in-one mobile workstation and server is designed to fit virtually all government needs.

Jan 26th, 2007

NASHUA, N.H., 26 Jan. 2007. At West 2007 in San Diego, sponsored by AFCEA International (The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association), NextComputing will demonstrate its NextDimension Pro HD. The lightweight, briefcase-sized, all-in-one mobile workstation and server is designed to fit virtually all government needs.

The Revolution of Military Affairs demands rapidly adaptive technology to support modern military objectives. NextCom's primary mission is to provide the most reliable and applicable IT solutions to those dedicated to protecting national security.

NextCom offers deployable GIS platforms, like the NextDimension or the Vigor series, which enable users to visualize, explore, and analyze geo-spatial information. GIS workstations from NextCom allow users to realize the hidden value of data and get the answers they need to make the best decisions, right away, wherever they are.

NextCom workstation/servers facilitate cross force interoperability, as it relates to the C4ISR architecture, by assisting in the integration of warfighting capabilties at all phases of battle, thus reducing casualty numbers and ensuring battlefield efficiency.

End users and integrators can create mobile/small footprint:

-- Intelligence or imagery analysis systems
-- Deployable server systems
-- GIS systems (Geographic Information System)
-- Mission planning and command and control systems
-- Platform for any application requiring more than 2GB memory
-- Diagnostic and depot test controller systems

Training/simulation uses include:
Mobile training platforms, including servers and/or graphical clients

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