Today’s modern defense systems exploit massive volumes of data to provide warfighters
with more accurate, complete intel.
If the old adage about digital information traveling along a highway is true, higher speeds can lead to more traffic volume where bottlenecks can occur.
As technology continuously innovates to produce exponential improvements in processing and storage performance to keep pace with the demands of the digital world, new computing architectures must be considered.
Despite the unknown changes afoot with the new U.S. administration, railway as a means of mass transport and transit isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Storing petabytes of data in an air-conditioned data center is not a challenging task. But putting that amount of information into a space-constrained defense server — and ensuring it’s capable of handling high vibrations and extreme elements such as altitude, temperatures and humidity — requires innovation and a specialized level of expertise.
The newest member of the Relio™ family of embedded I/O servers, the Relio R1, is redefining “extended.”
Silicon Designs, Inc., today announced the global market launch of its Model 2290 Series, a family of high-precision, single axis MEMS DC calibration reference accelerometers.
We invest in a "reliable" computer/technology brand, purchase one or more top-rated cyber-protective tools and assume our personal information is protected. But,
Semiconductor manufacturers looking for ways to increase production and process efficiency, however, often encounter challenges, including...