Demand up for SFF, high-density embedded computing

SUGAR LAND, Texas. – High-density computing – packing robust computer capabilities, features, and input/output options in a small form factor – is a top goal for aerospace and defense engineers working on myriad mission- and safety-critical projects. Join high-performance embedded computing (HPEC) specialists, colleagues, and peers in a free webinar and question-and-answer session on Tuesday, 20 March 2018, starting at 11 am EDT / 10 am CDT / 8 am PDT. Register now to take part in this informative, online event.

Demand up for SFF, high-density embedded computing
Demand up for SFF, high-density embedded computing

SUGAR LAND, Texas.High-density computing – packing robust computer capabilities, features, and input/output options in a small form factor – is a top goal for aerospace and defense engineers working on myriad mission- and safety-critical projects. Join high-performance embedded computing (HPEC) specialists, colleagues, and peers in a free webinar and question-and-answer session on Tuesday, 20 March 2018, starting at 11 am EDT / 10 am CDT / 8 am PDT. Register now to take part in this informative, online event.

Network-centric warfare is driving the demand for rugged computer systems with commercial or modified/military off-the-shelf (COTS or MOTS) components capable of providing high performance, flexible I/O, and high reliability – all packaged in a small-form-factor solution or a single line-replaceable unit (LRU) able to withstand extreme or harsh environments.

Demand up for SFF, high-density embedded computingDemand up for SFF, high-density embedded computingSize, weight, and power (SWaP) optimization combined with multifunctionality, including IP FMV and dense computing, is extremely difficult to achieve in a single, fully sealed appliance.

Join a live discussion and question-and-answer session focused on meeting the growing demand for high-density, small-form-factor embedded computing systems for mission-critical applications in extreme environments.

During a free one-hour webinar, Systel rugged computing specialists Aneesh Kothari and Craig Powell will discuss and field your questions on Rugged Hardware for Mission-Critical Applications: High Density Computing and SFF Embedded Solutions.

Sign up now and attend the live webinar on 20 March at 11 am EDT/10 am CDT/8 am PDT to discuss:

  • Changing technology landscape for C4ISR missions
  • Factors driving the demand for rugged high-density computing and solutions coming to market
  • Innovative small-form-factor embedded system architecture and technologies

Click here to register and join us live on your computer or mobile device. Be sure to bring any questions you have on rugged, SFF, high-density computing.

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