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Is Fiber Optic Networking Technology More Secure Than Copper?

Because optical connections transmit data using light, they don’t radiate signals that can be intercepted. Security for traditional copper Ethernet connections can now be significantly enhanced, however, thanks to end-to-end encryption standards.

Military Embedded Systems

Leveraging Secure Commercial Routing Technology to Protect Data-in-Motion

Protecting a military platform’s secret data-in-motion as it’s routed over an Ethernet-based IP network has become significantly easier, more affordable, and faster to deploy in recent years, thanks to U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) support of commercial encryption technologies.

Military & Aerospace Electronics

Radiation Tolerance Meets Commercial Space

The wave of commercially developed communications and remote-sensing satellites seeks to balance costs, capability, size, weight, and power consumption in the latest new space designs.

Military Embedded Systems

Contested Space, Small Sats, and the Gamble on COTS in Space

Contested space, where nations compete for military dominance outside Earth’s atmosphere, is driving many military space platforms, but commercial space and small satellites continue to change the way the military suppliers of space electronics approach radiation-hardened component design from testing to deployment.

Curtiss-Wright Introduces Embedded Industry’s Smallest, Lightest Rugged Secure Cisco IP Router

Curtiss-Wright Introduces Embedded Industry’s Smallest, Lightest Rugged Secure Cisco IP Router

Parvus DuraMAR 6300 is the smallest, most rugged Cisco GbE router designed for use in deployed embedded military and aerospace applications.

Aerospace & Defense Technology

Robotic Combat Vehicles: Putting the Brains Behind the Brawn

A new era of Robotic Combat Vehicles (RCV) is about to begin. The U.S. Army is getting ready to evaluate competing candidates to meet requirements for light and medium versions of a new class of modular unmanned ground vehicle (UGV).

Military Embedded Systems

The Power of Power Over Ethernet

One enabler for SWaP optimization is Power Over Ethernet (PoE), which simplifies cabling and power needs for networked cameras, phones, and other IP devices.

Military & Aerospace Electronics

The Shrinking World of Small-Form-Factor Embedded Computing

Industry experts say open standards are helping drive development in small-form-factor battlefield and aerospace hardware like system-on-chip and single-board computers.

Electronic Design

Bringing the Advantages of PoE to Defense Applications

Embedded military systems that implement Power over Ethernet (PoE) devices, which mix Ethernet data and electric power over a single cable, can reap significant SWaP benefits.

Military & Aerospace Electronics

Designers of Small Rugged Computers for the Battlefield Balance Size, Performance, and Cooling

Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components are being embraced so the technology can be serviced at the base instead of waiting for specialized parts or sending the system back state-side.

Military Embedded Systems

Best in Show Awards Selected at AUSA 2019

Curtiss-Wright wins multiple Best in Show Awards at the event.

Curtiss-Wright Debuts 3U OpenVPX PCIe 3.1-10 GbE Hybrid Switch Module

Curtiss-Wright Debuts 3U OpenVPX PCIe 3.1-10 GbE Hybrid Switch Module

New VPX3-663 hybrid switch module eases and accelerates the integration of scalable 3U OpenVPX solutions for compute-intensive applications