Curtiss-Wright Selected by Lockheed Martin to Provide Open Architecture COTS Modules for Service Onboard F-22 Raptor Aircraft
Open architecture modules will support mission processing upgrades under the F-22 Tactical Mandates (TACMAN) program.
Curtiss-Wright Announces New NVIDIA Quadro Turing TU104/106 GPGPU Processor Modules for ISR/EW and AI Applications
New GPGPU modules expand Curtiss-Wright’s family of high-performance embedded computing (HPEC) processors for artificial intelligence (AI) applications.
Curtiss-Wright Revitalizes Legacy VME Systems with New Intel 8th Generation Xeon E Series-Based SBC
VME-1910 SBC brings the highest performance multi-core processing and advanced security features to legacy VME systems.
New 24-Port VME Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module Modernizes Systems with Enhanced Security and Lower Power
VME-690 GbE Switch provides pin-compatible upgrade, interface configuration flexibility, and reduced power consumption.
Curtiss-Wright Takes Ultra-Small Mission Computer Performance to New Heights with Upgraded 1.5 Teraflop Supercomputer-Class Armv8-based Architecture
Features NVIDIA TX2 with 6-core 64-bit Armv8 processor, NVIDIA Pascal GPU, double the RAM/Flash memory, and addition of vehicle CANbus interfaces.
Curtiss-Wright Raises the Bar on Ultra-Small Mission Computer Performance with new Teraflop+ Supercomputer-Class Armv8-based Architecture
Curtiss-Wright announces new DuraCOR 312 the industry's most powerful, compact COTS mission computer weighs only 1.5 lb. Yet features a 4-core 64-bit Armv8 processor, 256-core GPU and comprehensive base I/O (including Ethernet, serial, USB, DIO and video ports)
Curtiss-Wright’s New FPGA-based VME Interface Combats Obsolescence
Curtiss-Wright's new VME64x Interface replaces the Tempe device with a long-life reconfigurable FPGA solution in order to combat obsolescence.
Curtiss-Wright's New T2080-based VME Single Board Computer Delivers Big Boost in Performance at Reduced Cost
Curtiss-Wright's new T2080-based VME SBC features an NXP® Power® Architecture T2080 Processor backed with an FPGA-based VME Interface. Read more here!