Small-form-factor rugged computer for military wearable electronics introduced by Themis
FREMONT, Calif. – Themis Computer in Fremont, Calif., is introducing the third generation of the Nanopak i7 -- the company's most powerful small-form-factor rugged computer -- for unmanned vehicle, ground vehicle, wearable electronics, and shipboard applications.
FREMONT, Calif. – Themis Computer in Fremont, Calif., is introducing the third generation of the Nanopak i7 -- the company's most powerful small-form-factorrugged computer -- for unmanned vehicle, ground vehicle, wearable electronics, and shipboard applications.
The Nanopak i7 packages an Intel 6th generation Core i7 processor, as much as 32 gigabytes DDR4 memory, and 1 terabyte FLASH storage in a small, light-weight, rugged size.
The Nanopak i7 provides several I/O configurations in an environmentally resilient, noiseless chassis.
"Applications on the tactical edge require increasingly lighter, quieter, and more versatile computers," says Themis CEO Bill Kehret. "With our Nanopak i7, soldiers can process data quietly in their backpacks while in the field."
The Nanopak i7 features 2.6 GHZ Dual Core i7; specialized I/O via optional internal mini PCI Express; M.2 SSD storage to 1 terabyte; 8-to-36-volt DC power; and quiet and reliable hardened-aluminum conduction cooled chassis.
The computer offers customizable I/O with several networking, storage and interface options including two Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi, VGA, USB 3.0, USB 2.0, GPIO, serial, UART, or HD audio.
The system also operates in temperatures from -40 to 50 degrees Celsius, with IP67 sealed water-resistance, MIL-STD-461F, and road application functionality including real time control, data recording, small storage and communication systems, and mobile robotics.
For more information contact Themis Computer online at www.themis.com.
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