Rugged server with trusted computing and encryption for military edge computing offered by Trenton Systems

May 14, 2021
Rugged server has two Intel Xeon SP processors, 11 PCI Express Gen 4 slots, 24 ECC RDIMM slots, and a lightweight ruggedized aluminum chassis.

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. – Trenton Systems Inc. in Lawrenceville, Ga., is introducing the 3U BAM rugged server for military edge computing that can secure sensitive information with a holistic hardware, firmware, and software trusted computing methodology.

The 3U BAM server is designed, manufactured, assembled, tested, and supported in the USA by security-savvy engineers who put a priority on supply chain security, counterfeit electronics prevention, and layer-specific cyber security protections.

The rugged computer is equipped with Intel cyber security technologies like PFR, SGX, and TME, as well as the Star Lab Titanium Security Suite and FIPS 140-2 encryption to protect the BAM's hardware, firmware, and software to resist unauthorized access to and compromise of sensitive information.

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The 3U BAM server has two next-generation Intel Xeon SP general-purpose processors, 11 PCI Express Gen 4 slots, and 24 ECC RDIMM slots arranged in a lightweight ruggedized aluminum chassis.

The rugged server is suitable for artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, deep learning, big data, and the Internet of Things (IoT). It also offers platform-wide cyber security protections, and offers a Counterfeit Protection Program (CPP); and adherence to CSfC, ITAR, and ISO9001.

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