High Performance Real Time Computing For Tactical Military Systems

Presented by

Ken Jackson CEO at Concurrent Real-Time & Robert Persons Sr. Sales Architect Artesyn Embedded Computing

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Tactical military systems require a huge amount of computing capability to track and defeat a variety of threats which threaten forward deployed troops. Intel has been supplying high performance processing platforms like the Intel® Xeon® Scalable platform for many years. The Navy and other military branches have begun to standardize on systems based on the latest Intel Xeon processors designed into systems from Artesyn Embedded Technologies running Concurrent Real-Time’s Redhawk Real-Time Operating System for a number of major tactical systems. This presentation will show how Intel, Artesyn and Concurrent have worked together to create very dense, high performance, real-time systems used in the most demanding tactical systems. Webinar attendees with learn why the military has been adopting systems created by Artesyn Embedded Computing based on an open system architecture known as Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture using Intel Xeon processors and running Concurrent Real-Time’s RedHawk Real-Time Linux. This system design fulfills the desire of the military to have a rugged, high performance computing architecture for those tactical applications which require a great deal of processing but is modular, open and flexible.

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