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Intel CPUs Power Processor Cards at the Edge

Designed with Intel® Xeon® D processor architecture, Curtiss-Wright's CHAMP-XD1 processor card is ideally suited for compute-intensive aerospace and defense applications, meeting the high performance, reliability, and security standards these industries require.

Intel Solutions Brief

Optimizing Performance, Security, and SWaP at the Tactical Edge

Optimized for performance, speed, security, and SWaP, Curtiss-Wright CHAMP-XD1 processor cards leverage Intel® Xeon® D processor architecture to meet the high demands of modern defense missions.


Next-Gen Processors and Virtualization Cut SWaP Tradeoffs

Today, increasing demand for functionality in modern aircraft is driving a critical need for virtualized avionics systems that combine separate capabilities into a single ruggedized and compact computer.

Military Embedded Systems

Doubling Down: Intel’s 8-core Xeon Processor Raises the Performance Bar for Rugged Systems

In August 2021, Intel announced the new Intel Xeon W-11000E Series processor ­(formerly known as “Tiger Lake-H”), designed for the embedded market.

Military Embedded Systems

Modernizing a Serial Processing Code to Obtain Optimal Performance on an OpenVPX Digital Signal Processing Module

Tammy Carter and Beau Paisley look at how serial algorithms can be evolved to scalable, multithreaded implementation using well-established high-performance computing (HPC) programming frameworks such as OpenMP and MPI.


Intel Xeon D Pushes Military Applications Forward in GPP Technology Across the Spectrum of Defense Applications

Intel Xeon D is the first Xeon processor qualified for extended temperature ranges, offering more flexibility and higher performance than is typical for embedded products.

Military Embedded Systems

Intel's Xeon-D 10 Gig Connectivity Drives Demand for VITA 76 Connector High-Speed Signal Integrity

We look at how the recent introduction of Intel's first Xeon SoC device, the Xeon-D, dramatically changes the range of options for designers of high-performance SFF mission computers.

Military Embedded Systems

Establishing a Root of Trust: Trusted Computing and Intel-based Systems

Steve Edwards looks at trusted computing solutions that carry effective protections against cyberattacks.

Signal Magazine

New Weapons in Battle To Dominate Spectrum

Marc Couture discusses how better coverage and real-time data analysis can be achieved with next-generation receiver technology.


Rugged Design Starts with Smart Choices

To build equipment that can handle the challenges of rugged environments, engineers need to make the right design decisions for their components, chassis, and software. Here's how to get the job done.

Military Embedded Systems

Covering the Spectrum: Meeting the Challenge of Electromagnetic Spectrum Domination

We look at the need for effective SIGINT/ELINT [signals intelligence/electronic signals intelligence]coverage of the electro-magnetic spectrum.

Military Embedded Systems

Broadwell chip boosts GPU performance for COTS SBCs

Aaron Frank discusses the benefits of Intel's new Broadwell processor to embedded defense applications.