Parvus debuts DuraCOR 820 rugged, ultra-lightweight tactical mission computer

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, 14 Feb. 2009. Parvus Corp. announces the availability of the DuraCOR 820, a rugged, ultra-small tactical mission computer measuring less than 3.0 inches in height and 3.0 pounds in weight. Qualified to MIL-STD-810F environmental specifications (altitude, thermal, shock, vibration, humidity) and available commercial off the shelf (COTS), the DuraCOR 820 is well suited for space/weight-conscious manned and unmanned systems.

Feb 14th, 2009

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, 14 Feb. 2009. Parvus Corp. announces the availability of the DuraCOR 820, an ultra-small tactical mission rugged military computer measuring less than 3.0 inches in height and 3.0 pounds in weight.

Qualified to MIL-STD-810F environmental specifications (altitude, thermal, shock, vibration, humidity) and available as military commercial off the shelf (COTS), the DuraCOR 820 is well suited for size weight power (SWAP)-conscious manned and unmanned vehicle electronics.

Designed for military and aerospace ground mobile and airborne deployments, the DuraCOR 820 features a conductively-cooled 1.4GHz Intel Pentium-M processor and solid-state disk pre-loaded with a Linux or Windows XP Embedded operating system. This corrosion/splash-resistant unit is qualified to reliably operate in ambient temperatures of -40ºC to +71ºC, 15G operating shock, 95 percent humidity, 60,000 ft altitude, and aircraft/helicopter vibration profiles. The DuraCOR 820 supports a wide range of applications, including Command and Control (C2) On-the-Move, Unmanned Vehicle Operator Control, C4ISR Situational Awareness, etc.

The DuraCOR 820 is now available off the shelf and carries a list price of $9,995.

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