Comms On-the-Move: Industry Improves Satellite Communication Technologies
Published in National Defense Magazine
“The military’s push to improve its communication systems with beyond-line-of-sight capabilities is spurring companies to expand their satcom on-the-move offerings. One of the Pentagon’s most high-profile satellite communication efforts is the mobile user objective system, or MUOS. Lockheed Martin is providing the Navy with technology that will act via a constellation of five satellites and four ground stations. Designed to allow servicemembers to connect globally, the program is intended to replace the service’s legacy ultra-high frequency communication system.”
Rugged Computing Takes on the Battlefield Networking Challenge
Connectivity, networking, SWaP, and thermal management are among the highest priorities of rugged computing designers to support mobile warfighters at the edge.
The Tactical Edge: How COTS can Accelerate Development
Artificial Intelligence (AI) enabled applications in tactical environments have the potential to substantially transform how armed forces conduct maneuver and operations, saving lives, reducing costs, and enabling warfighting overmatch.
Data Storage: It’s All Coming Up NVMe
Non-Volatile Memory Express is fast, small, and lightweight, yet it still has something to prove when it comes to ruggedization, thermal performance, and power consumption.
PacStar 453 NVIDIA GPU Enhanced Server
PacStar 453 NVIDIA enhanced server provides a high-performance virtualization and compute platform for hosting intensive applications such as graphics, video processing, and artificial intelligence in a compact, quick setup, rugged form factor.