Rugged shipboard computer for a wide variety of military uses introduced by Mustang

ARLINGTON, Va., 4 Sept. 2014. Mustang Technical Services in Arlington, Va., is introducing the Mustang Legacy Replacement System (MLRS) for shipboard use and in extreme environmental conditions.

Rugged shipboard computer for a wide variety of military uses introduced by Mustang
Rugged shipboard computer for a wide variety of military uses introduced by Mustang
ARLINGTON, Va., 4 Sept. 2014. Mustang Technical Services in Arlington, Va., is introducing the Mustang Legacy Replacement System (MLRS) for shipboard use and in extreme environmental conditions.

The MLRS rugged computer, based on rugged shipboard computers designed by IBI Systems in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is a general- purpose legacy replacement computer for military applications.

The MLRS rugged shipboard computer features rugged construction, configuration flexibility, and software compatibility with Windows, Linux, Solaris, and other operating systems.

MLRS is configurable with options to allow for several uses while keeping maintenance and training to a minimum. MLRS can support as many as four PCI slots, six PCI-X slots, and one PCI Express slot.

Basically MLRS can support several NTDS, ATDS, 1553, and IRIG timing. It can replace many maritime systems such as ORTSNET (OJ-454), AN/USH-26, AN/RD-358 and others.

MLRS comes standard with a 19-inch display, two removable solid state hard drives, and DVD/RW. Upgradable options are available. For more information contact Mustang Technical Services online at www.mustangtechnicalservices.com.

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