GE Brings Supercomputing Performance to Harsh Environments

Feb. 5, 2016
HUNTSVILLE, AL—MARCH 26, 2014—GE Intelligent Platforms today announced the CRS 48.5 High Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC) Rugged Subsystem. A complete, integrated, pre-tested, ready-to-run subsystem enabling faster development/deployment at lower cost and risk, it uses the most advanced VITA 48.5 compliant air-flow through-cooling to allow the integration of up to eight quad core Intel® Core™ i7 processing nodes. This makes it capable of satisfying the most demanding rugged embedded computing requirements such as ISR (intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance) and electronic warfare (EW) in the harshest, most challenging environments.