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Systel launches Kite-Strike, a next-generation embedded edge supercomputer (sponsored video)
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Systel, Inc.’s new Kite-Strike rugged mission computer is designed for a rapidly-changing military market, where technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) play a crucial role in harnessing the growing power of data.
Kite-Strike is the latest in Systel’s Strike product family of fully rugged mission computers, along with the Hawk-Strike and Raven-Strike product lines.
Set for release in November, Kite-Strike is a next-generation embedded edge supercomputer aimed at a range of military vehicles, along with multiple use cases in the commercial sector.
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