Rightsizing Processor Performance for Today’s DSP Applications
For rugged DSP (digital signal processing) processor cards, it is important to have a balance between processor performance, memory bandwidth, I/O bandwidth, and ruggedization.
Bringing Security to Legacy Systems for Modern Missions
Upgraded systems require security to be built-in to protect sensitive mission information and maintain warfighter technology advantage.
Curtiss-Wright’s New Fiber-Optic XMC Card Brings Quad-Channel 10 Gb Ethernet to MOSA Systems Without Requiring Chassis Modification
Based on popular Intel® XL710 controller, the XMC-E01 future proofs Ethernet connectivity for tech insertions while simplifying integration.
Curtiss-Wright to Demo Modular Open Systems Approach SDR Technology for CMOSS and SOSA Technical Standard 1.0 Aligned Systems at NI Connect 2022
Curtiss-Wright will demo its groundbreaking VPX3-E320 Ruggedized Universal Software Defined Radio (SDR) card at NI Connect 2022, May 24-25 at the Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas.
Curtiss-Wright to Showcase MOSA-based Tactical Warfighter Communications and Processing Solutions at Modern Day Marine 2022
Curtiss-Wright booth will include live demonstrations of interoperable open architecture-based solutions
Migrating Legacy Software from Obsolete Hardware to Modern System Environments
Virtualization software and model-based design provide a path that not only enables system designers to maintain legacy software for avionics and other mission-critical systems.
Curtiss-Wright Selected by Progeny to Support U.S. Navy Torpedo Upgrade Programs
Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions today announced it was awarded a contract by Progeny to provide MOSA computers and digital processing modules for use in the U.S. Navy’s MK54 and MK48 torpedo upgrade programs.
Transformational MOSA-based Technologies to be Showcased at Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit
Curtiss-Wright, in collaboration with technology partners, will demonstrate interoperable MOSA solutions that bring advanced capabilities to Army Aviation systems.