Enable Fast, Reliable Movement of Information Between Components of Your Interconnected System
Finding I/O modules to integrate into your real-time, mission-critical systems can be difficult. You need fast and reliable movement of information between the various elements in your interconnected system. Your programs are long-term and need assured long-term availability.
Our I/O products includes rugged, high-performance solutions to support intelligent analog I/O for frequency and time-domain applications, as well as digital I/O, MIL-STD-153 and other I/O. These modules are designed to deliver optimal performance in extreme temperature and vibration conditions. What’s more, they easily integrate with Curtiss-Wright’s broad selection of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) boards and are supported by our life cycle services to keep your systems delivering for the long haul.
The Impact of Protecting I/O Interfaces on System Performance
A trusted computing system can ensure security at the potentially vulnerable entry points of system interfaces, yet this may compromise performance through design trade-offs that systems designers must recognize, understand, mitigate, and compensate for. Read the white paper to learn more about:
- Performance and security trade-offs
- Cost and time to market implications
- I/O security protocols
Reduce Cost, Risk, and Time to Market With COTS Hardware
Our broad selection of open-architecture, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) rugged embedded computing solutions process data in real-time to support mission-critical functions. Field-proven, highly engineered, and manufactured to stringent quality standards, Curtiss-Wright’s COTS boards leverage our extensive experience and expertise to reduce your program cost, development time, and overall risk.
Establishing a Trusted Supply Chain
This paper looks at the best practices commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware vendors must employ for establishing a trusted supply chain, including those regarding managing obsolescence, counterfeit parts mitigation, secure manufacturing, and design integrity. Read the white paper to read about:
- Characteristics of a secure supply chain
- Conditions to use brokers
- Counterfeit parts mitigation