Themis Computer's Slice technology selected for submarine software-defined radio system

FREMONT, Calif., 28 June 2006. Themis Computer has announced an agreement with MEDAV GmbH, a provider of products for signal analysis, automatic detection, and classification, demodulation, and decoding. Themis will provide its Slice technology for integration into a sub communication intelligence system. Themis' Slice subrack will be integrated into 19-inch bays, with other MEDAV equipment, for this submarine application.

Jun 28th, 2006

FREMONT, Calif., 28 June 2006. Themis Computer has announced an agreement with MEDAV GmbH, a provider of products for signal analysis, automatic detection, and classification, demodulation, and decoding.

Themis will provide its Slice technology for integration by MEDAV into a submarine communication intelligence system. MEDAV is supplying its tuners, as well as signal and data processing software, running on Themis Slice servers. Themis' Slice subrack will be integrated into 19-inch bays, with other MEDAV equipment, for this submarine application.

Themis Computer will provide technology from its new Slice switched computing initiative, including liquid cooled servers and solid state storage units, designed to meet the escalating thermal and kinetic management demands, of next generation, high density/performance, mission-critical computing.

The Themis Slice platform enables users to mix, match, and manage SPARC and x86 architectures, Solaris, Windows, and Linux operating systems, in combination with third-party network servers, storage, and switches. Quorum, Themis' real-time, policy-based resource manager, insures contracted application Quality of Service (QoS), for heterogeneous computing resources.

Themis Slice is offered in air and liquid cooling variants that provide thermal headroom to accommodate aggressive scaling of commercial microprocessor core density, speed, and power. This open and modular design eases the burden of spiral technology refresh, extending computing infrastructure investments for complete lifecycle management.

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