Curtiss-Wright Congratulates NASA on Historic First Launch of the Space Launch System Rocket
Curtiss-Wright data acquisition units capture critical test flight data on the SLS rocket boosters, core stage, upper stage and the Orion crew module
Data at Rest Build vs. Buy: Lead Time
Should you build or buy network attached storage or network file servers for data at rest? We look at the build process from design to CSfC encryption and buy lead times.
Data at Rest and NVMe Memory
We look at solid-state memory types for data at rest (DAR) in deployed military applications including solid-state memory devices: SATA and NVMe.
Data-at-Rest Build vs. Buy: Why Export Matters
We take a closer look at why export matters for Network Attached Storage, Data at Rest and encryption influence on ITAR designation.
Ruggedization, Space Constraints an Ongoing Challenge for Military Data-at-rest
Trying to strike a balance between power and security with data-at-rest in the field – and doing it all within a highly constrained space in an environment with dirt and moisture that threatens to damage expensive equipment – is a tall order indeed.
Curtiss-Wright Congratulates AVIO and the European Space Agency on the Successful Inaugural Launch of the Vega-C Launcher
Curtiss-Wright provides the telemetry data system used on the Vega-C Launcher.
Curtiss-Wright Congratulates NASA and Boeing on Successful Boeing OFT-2 Mission to the International Space Station
Boeing Orbital Flight Test-2 mission for Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner spacecraft supported by Curtiss-Wright data acquisition technology
Edge Computing, Encryption, and DAR
Paul Davis takes a look at Edge Computing and approved encryption methods for Data at Rest on Network Attached Storage.
Securing Telemetry Data with Commercial Encryption Standards Article from Military Embedded Systems
Telemetry data from military flight tests often needs to be secured, not only when at rest, but also while in motion across a network or a telemetry link.