Network Attached Storage & Recorders

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Network Attached Storage & Recorders

Highly reliable, rugged modules with large storage capacity & cutting-edge encryption

Our encrypted, solid-state network-attached storage (NAS) subsystems are designed to reliably provide file services to clients on an Ethernet network in a harsh environment. These NAS solutions protect data-at-rest (DAR) with the industry’s first NIAP Common Criteria (CC) certified 2-Layer encryption, as well as an option for NSA Type 1 encryption. With terabytes of available storage space and 100k insertion cycle connectors, these scalable rugged Ethernet file servers enable the reliable, secure storage of your critical data.

Product Name Product Image Type Encryption Type Capacity Interface(s) Applications Platforms Product Sheet
DTS1: 1-slot Rugged Network Attached File Server Ethernet (network attached) 0, 1 or 2 layers, w/ CSfC and w/o CSfC 256 GB, 1 TB, 2 TB, 4 TB, 8 TB Gigabit Ethernet Data Storage Ground, Manned Fixed Wing, Naval, Rotorcraft, Unmanned
DTS3: 3-Slot Rugged Network Attached File Server Ethernet (network attached) 0, 1, or 2 layers 256 GB to 6 TB Gigabit Ethernet Data Storage Ground, Manned Fixed Wing, Naval, Rotorcraft, Unmanned
HSR10 10GbE Network Attached Storage Ethernet (network attached) 0, 1 or 2 layers 16 TB 10 GbE, Gigabit Ethernet Data Storage Deployed Fixed Wing, Ground, Manned Fixed Wing
Unattended Network Storage (UNS) Ethernet (network attached) NSA Type 1 32 TB, 64TB 10 GbE, Gigabit Ethernet Data Storage Deployed Fixed Wing, Ground, Naval, Unmanned
Unattended Network Storage Ground Station (UNS-GS) Ethernet (network attached) NSA Type 1 32 TB, 64TB 10 GbE, Gigabit Ethernet Data Storage Deployed Fixed Wing, Ground, Naval, Unmanned
HSR40 CC - 40GbE Network Attached Storage Ethernet (network attached) 0, 1 or 2 layers 2 x 20 TB 40 GbE, Gigabit Ethernet Data Storage Deployed Fixed Wing, Ground, Manned Fixed Wing
HSR40 AC - 40 GbE Network Attached Storage Ethernet (network attached) 0, 1 or 2 layers 32 TB, 64 TB 40 GbE, Gigabit Ethernet Data Storage Deployed Fixed Wing, Ground, Manned Fixed Wing
CNS2-FC: 2-slot Rugged Network Attached Storage Ethernet (network attached), Fibre Channel (storage area), iSCSI FIPS 140-2 2 x 2TB 2 x 1GbE, 2 x FC Data Storage Ground, Manned Fixed Wing, Rotorcraft, Unmanned
CNS4: 4-slot Rugged Network File Server Ethernet (network attached) 0, 1 or 2 layers, Optional Type 1 2 TB, 4 TB, 6 TB, 8 TB 10 GbE, Gigabit Ethernet, Serial FPDP Airborne Surveillance, Data Storage, Mission Management, Networking Ground, Manned Fixed Wing, Naval, Rotorcraft, Unmanned
CNS4 Rugged Data Recorder Ethernet (network attached), Serial FPDP Optional Type 1 2 TB, 4 TB, 6 TB, 8 TB 10 GbE, Gigabit Ethernet, Serial FPDP Data Recording, Data Storage, Flight Test, Mission Recording Deployed Fixed Wing, Rotorcraft
CNS4-FC: 4-slot Network Attached Storage Ethernet (network attached), Fibre Channel (storage area), iSCSI Optional Type 1 4 x 2TB 2 x FC, 4 x 1GbE Data Storage Ground, Manned Fixed Wing, Rotorcraft, Unmanned
Flight Qualified Data Recorder and Playback System Custom, Serial FPDP NA Control data, EIA-422 Receiver, MIL-STD-1553, SCRAMNet, Serial FPDP Airborne Surveillance, Data Recording, Flight Test, Image Processing, Radar Processing Manned Fixed Wing

Data Encryption

Cost-effective, proven, and certified COTS storage solutions that match today's security requirements, including National Security Agency (NSA) Type 1, NSA Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC), Common Criteria (CC), and FIPS 140-2.

 

Reduce Program Costs with Curtiss-Wright System Solutions

Curtiss-Wright delivers complete system of systems integration and support services that reduce interoperability risks, lowers program costs and accelerates time to market. Our system solutions range from air data computers, to data recording and storage systems, networking and communications, mission computers, and video management systems.

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Unmanned Surface Vehicle Requires NetBoot and Commercial Encryption

Tasked with building a new Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV), a shipbuilder faced challenging requirements. The developer planned to connect all the computer systems via a one gigabit Ethernet (1 GbE) network. In such a network, the systems would be able to share critical mission and map data and distribute sensor data gathered during the mission, such as terrain information and threat assessments. A network-attached storage (NAS) device would store and distribute data to the various clients, thus supporting the autonomous operation.