Rugged fanless rackmount server for airborne embedded computing applications introduced by Mercury

Server's fanless embedded computing design enables performance at high altitudes, and has specialized power supply tailored to aircraft requirements.

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ANDOVER, Mass. – Mercury Systems Inc. in Andover, Mass., is introducing the EnterpriseSeries RES Aero rugged rackmount server that delivers enterprise-class processing for compute-intensive airborne applications.

The server's fanless embedded computing design enables performance at high altitudes, and has a specialized power supply tailored to aircraft requirements.

RES Aero offers improved reliability; noise-free design to increase system longevity and mean time between failures, reducing potential long-term maintenance costs.

Fitted to onboard plenum cabinet specifications, RES Aero servers save space and function at high altitudes, even during an unexpected loss of cabin pressure.

Systems have been certified to NAVAIR MIL-STD 461 for electromagnetic inference (EMI) and military specifications to ensure uptime and availability in airborne conditions.

Memory-stabilization technology prevents disconnect in shock and vibration. Additional testing and certifications can be made available.

RES Aero servers are deployed on airborne applications and can be customized to meet aircraft computing, security, environmental, and space requirements.

The computers are 20 inches deep, weigh as much as 20 pounds, and come in 1U and 2U form-factors to accelerate demanding mission-critical workloads with dual Intel Xeon processors.

High-speed I/O and PCI Express expansion options, and front-access power supply I/O and LED indicators are available to simplify maintenance.

For more information contact Mercury Systems online at www.mrcy.com.

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