Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division today announced the newest addition to its family of small form factor (SFF) network switches, the Parvus DuraNET 3300, a MIL-rugged 1G/10G Ethernet Cisco IOS-managed switch designed specifically for the embedded aerospace/defense market. The DuraNET 3300 is a deployable 26-port Layer 2/Layer 3 (L2/L3) Ethernet switch packaged in an extremely rugged […]
Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division today announced the highest performance member of its industry-leading family of Parvus DuraCOR mission computers. The growing sophistication of defense and aerospace sensor payloads demands that mission computers deployed on air, land and maritime platforms have the processing power, memory capacity, and I/O flexibility needed to keep pace with huge quantities […]
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Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division today introduced the newest addition to its growing family of DO-254 DAL A safety certifiable COTS single board computers (SBC), the new VPX3-152, a rugged 3U OpenVPX™ board that features NXP®’s QorIQ® T2080 multicore SOC. For safety-certifiable SBC designs, this quad core AltiVec™-equipped 64-bit Power Architecture® SOC processor has emerged as […]
Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division today announced that it is collaborating with Green Hills Software to provide defense and aerospace system developers with COTS multicore solutions for critical and high-assurance systems based on NXP Semiconductors® Power Architecture® processors. Resulting from this effort, Green Hills Software’s field-proven INTEGRITY-178 tuMP™ safety- and security-critical multicore real-time operating system (RTOS) […]
Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division announced that it has expanded its portfolio of DO-254/DO-178C safety certifiable COTS products with the introduction of two new rugged 3U VPX high-performance graphics…
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