Video: Intel Xeon D-based Rugged Modular Mission Computer Server for small form factor aerospace and defense applications

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    On-the-move tactical platforms constantly look to boost on-board computing performance and reduce the size, weight and power impact from mission electronics. Traditionally, the more powerful the mission processor was, the larger, heavier, and hotter they ran…severely limiting where these high performance CPUs could be installed and impacting mission capabilities. What if…you could swap out those bulky electronics, ditch the server racks…even replace multiple workstations…with a single, small form factor system, one that would give you server-class processing with unparalleled modularity and reliability to out-perform traditional datacenter systems.

     

    The Parvus DuraCOR XD1500 single, small form factor system, that gives you server-class processing with unparalleled modularity and reliability to out-perform traditional datacenter systems. Powered by Intel’s 12-core, server-class Xeon-D processor coupled with 128 Gigabites of RAM memory, the DuraCOR XD1500 provides unmatched performance for a mission computer the size of small shoe box. Watch the video to learn more about the DuraCOR XD1500.