ATCA rugged server for mobile network-centric military computing and communications applications introduced by RadiSys

HILLSBORO, Ore., 2 July 2010. RadiSys Corp. in Hillsboro, Ore., is introducing Promentum C2 ATCA rugged server ground mobile applications in the aerospace and defense industry that involve network centric warfare capabilities, mobile computing, and communications that can be quickly deployed in the field. The C2 Server provides integrated computing, switching, and storage, and meets MIL-STD-810. The computing modules are certified with VMware ESXi, which allow the use of several operating systems to consolidate application, as well as VSphere to provide fault tolerance for critical applications.

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HILLSBORO, Ore., 2 July 2010. RadiSys Corp. in Hillsboro, Ore., is introducing Promentum C2 ATCArugged serverground mobile military applications that involve network centric warfare capabilities, rugged mobile computing, and military communications that can be quickly deployed in the field.

The C2 Server provides integrated computing, switching, and storage, and meets MIL-STD-810. The computing modules are certified with VMware ESXi, which allow the use of several operating systems to consolidate application, as well as VSphere to provide fault tolerance for critical applications.

The C2 Server consists of a ruggedized 6U 6-slot AC LCR chassis, two ATCA-2210 10 Gigabit Ethernet switch and control modules with optional COM Express module, as many as four ATCA-4500 series single-board computers, and the Astute Networks Caspian R1100 Edge storage blades.

The pre-integrated portable server uses the LCR Electronics ruggedized ATCA chassis and Astute Networks Edge Storage Blades in a package that is 30 percent lighter than other rackmount servers, RadiSys officials say. Storage on demand can be achieved by adding blades.

For more information contact RadiSys online at www.radisys.com.

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