Small tactical computer systems (STCS) is billed as the first sealed, flexible processing system on the market, offering a fast, light, and small system rugged enough to be survivable in the field and powerful enough for data processing, ISR processing, and mapping.
STCS systems are candidates for use as ground control stations or processing large amounts of ISR data in addition to other applications. The processing power is contained in a small modular form factor that reduces the cost of transportation and power needs while allowing for increased portability.
The sealed systems are configurable for multiple deployed harsh environments for tactical networks including IP65 environments as well as harsh environmental specs such as MIL-STD-810G, 901E, and 461G. The scalable architecture offers flexibility as each rack is configurable as a standalone system or as components in a larger deployed network. The customizable racks are with multiple servers, switches, and routers based on customer requirements. 16-Core/32 thread Xeon Processors and 128GB memory make the systems candidates for configuring networks of virtual machines. All components are sealed without fans which increases Mean Time Between Failures (MTTBF) and reduces energy costs.
Mike McCormack, President of CP Technologies, shares, “Our customers in the field needed a flexible processing system that was lighter, faster, and smaller, while still being rugged. We created a small form factor solution that they could toss in the back of a truck while still offering the power to handle their processing needs.”
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