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Rugged Computers for Maritime and Minotaur Mission Success (sponsored)
Systel will showcase its next-generation rugged computing solutions at the Sea-Air-Space conference booth #2147 in National Harbor, MD May 6-8, 2019.
Systel’s rugged, high-density computing solutions are purpose-built for integration and deployment on any platform for harsh environment applications. Systel’s tactical capabilities support maritime and Minotaur operations, with over 4,000 rugged computers deployed across multiple domains for maritime mission success.
Systel has provided long-term support of Minotaur Track Management and Mission Management System integrated platforms throughout the DoD, including the Navy, Coast Guard, and Department of Homeland Security. Systel's rugged, SWaP-2C-optimised high-density computing servers are deployed in mission-critical Minotaur applications on a wide variety of platforms, including the MQ-8C Fire Scout, P-8A Poseidon, HC-130J Super Hercules, MEA King Air, and P-3 Orion.
To learn more about rugged high-density computing for Minotuar-integrated platforms and programmes and Systel’s deployed rugged computing solutions, see the company at Sea-Air-Space 2019 booth #2147.
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