Crystal Group announces RS235 rugged computer server for vehicle, aircraft, and shipboard applications

HIAWATHA, Iowa, 11 March 2007. Crystal Group Inc. in Hiawatha, Iowa, is introducing the RS235 rugged computer server for shipboard, airborne, and land-based application that require high performance, ruggedness, and reliability.

HIAWATHA, Iowa, 11 March 2007. Crystal Group Inc. in Hiawatha, Iowa, is introducing the RS235 rugged computer server for shipboard, airborne, and land-based application that require high performance, ruggedness, and reliability.

This 2U server has a shock-and-vibration rating of 6 GRMS in combined wheeled vehicle and aircraft profiles, a temperature range of �20 to 60 degrees Celsius, and several power options. The RS235 meets MIL-STDs 810F, 167-1, 461E, and 901D requirements.

The RS235, which is 20 inches deep, is available with either Intel Core 2 Duo, Dual Core Intel Xeon, or AMD Opteron. Expansion choices include one PCIe slot with two PCI slots or two PCI-X slots with one PCI slot. As many as five drives and a slimline CD/DVD are available.

The chassis side walls of the RS235 use milled HS aircraft aluminum and internal support structures, enabling the server to operate under extreme conditions. The thick aluminum construction is designed to limit weight, improve thermal conductivity, improve vibration performance, and enhance electrical conductivity.

For more information contact Crystal Group online at www.crystalpc.com.

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