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Curtiss-Wright Demonstrates Ease of Integration of Data-in-Motion and Data-at-Rest Modular Open Systems Approach Solutions with PacStar® IQ-Core® Software

Curtiss-Wright Demonstrates Ease of Integration of Data-in-Motion and Data-at-Rest MOSA Solutions with PacStar IQ-Core Software

Prototype system demonstrates single control/management interface concept for Curtiss-Wright MOSA-based DTS1 network attached storage (NAS) device and PacStar tactical battlefield network and processing systems.

10/11/2021
Microwaves & RF

Open Standards Drive Flexibility in Defense System Designs

Backed by broad support from government and industry, the release of SOSA Technical Standard 1.0 promises a new era of open standards-based system integration with flexibility and interoperability as its hallmarks.

09/10/2021
Military Embedded Systems

Exploiting Big Data for Defense

The “big data problem” – too much raw data coming too fast over too many channels – remains sizable in both the defense arena and in the commercial realm, but currently entities from both sides are making consistent efforts to chip away at it.

08/04/2021
New HSR10 network attached storage (NAS) system provides up to 32 TB storage capacity and two-layers of data encryption and roadmap to CSfC encryption

Curtiss-Wright Introduces 10 Gb Ethernet NAS with Two-Layer Encryption to Protect Critical Sensor Data on Deployed Platforms

New HSR10 network attached storage (NAS) system provides up to 32 TB storage capacity and two-layers of data encryption and roadmap to CSfC encryption

05/20/2021
Military Embedded Systems

Open Architecture Initiatives Bolster Unmanned Sensors and Systems

The advent of unmanned systems reflects a huge aspect of warfare – that of protecting the warfighter – through the development of platforms that can be operated by humans from a distance, keeping them out of harm’s way.

05/17/2021
Contact Fighters Magazine

Upgrading Data Storage Capacity on Legacy Aircraft with Open Standards

From intelligence surveillance reconnaissance sensors, video, and other proliferating sources, data just keeps growing. How can you store it and how do you keep it safe?

05/17/2021
Curtiss-Wright Achieves United States and International Re-Certification of Top Secret Data-at-Rest (DAR) Encryption Layers for the DTS1 Storage Solution

Curtiss-Wright Achieves United States and International Re-Certification of Top Secret Data-at-Rest (DAR) Encryption Layers for the DTS1 Storage Solution

Data Transport System (DTS1), a Network Attached Storage (NAS) device, receives bi-annual certification from both National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) and Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA)

04/12/2021
Military & Aerospace Electronics

The Ever-Shrinking World of Small-Form-Factor Embedded Computing

New computer boards offer high performance, thermal management, and peripherals in a smaller size than 3U VPX, with artificial intelligence (AI) and GPGPU processing.

04/01/2021
Military & Aerospace Electronics

Speed and Security for Military Data Storage

Rugged data storage systems for aerospace and defense applications are moving to new data interfaces for unparalleled speed and capacity, while trusted computing and information security are driving trends.

01/06/2021

Is the CSfC Program Growing?

The Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) program established by the National Security Agency in 2014 has been growing since its inception

12/03/2020
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The Case for Distributed and Remote Management of Open Standards-Based Tactical Networks for Vehicles

To exploit the potential benefits of new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, video analysis, Internet of Things (IoT), augmented reality and virtual reality, and other innovative technologies on mobile platforms at the tactical edge, Department of Defense (DoD) communications programs must effectively deploy advanced IT infrastructure, connectivity, and compute resources.

11/19/2020

Planning to Export Data-at-Rest Storage with Encryption?

In applications where data flows need to take place in nanoseconds, the delay between when an instruction is received and when it executes, known as latency, is very important.

11/12/2020