Designed for deployed air, ground and maritime platforms, new DuraCOR 8043 delivers 32 GB of ECC DDR4 memory and Intel® Iris™ Pro Graphics GPU
HELI-EXPO 2017 (Booth #8751), DALLAS, TX – March 7, 2017 – Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division today introduced the DuraCOR® 8043 Mission Computer, the newest member of its Parvus® family of small form factor (SFF) modular mission computers. Weighing less than 5.7 lb (base configuration), this compact, rugged LRU is the first DuraCOR product to feature the quad-core 6th Gen Intel Mobile Xeon E3-1505M v5 processor. Designers of a wide range of manned and unmanned airborne, ground and naval platforms are seeking high compute power solutions that make the least demands in terms of size, weight, and power (SWaP). Built for optimal performance over the full -40 to +71C military operating temperature range, this highly rugged mission computer requires no active cooling. It is completely sealed and features a fanless IP67 design (dust and waterproof). It also provides support for advanced features such as 32GB of Error-Correcting Code (ECC) DDR4 memory and an integrated Intel Graphics GPU. Built for maximum flexibility, the mission computer’s modular design supports high cycle insertion (100,000 mates) removable storage. To ensure that their solution meets their program’s specific and unique requirements, customers can choose from a numerous add-on mini-PCIe and PCIe104 modules, which can be pre-integrated by Curtiss-Wright without traditional NRE fees. The DuraCOR 8043 delivers an ideal balance of high performance processing and small size/weight/power envelope for demanding civil and military platforms such as ground vehicles, fixed or rotary wing aircraft, and maritime platforms.
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