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OpenVPX server developed in with SOSA standard
General Micro Systems (GMS) has announced a dual Xeon, OpenVPX modular 19” rack mount server developed in alignment with the emerging Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Technical Standard. The company’s second-generation Intel Xeon E5 v4 dual CPU OpenVPX server, ‘Apex’, marries GMS’ high-performance, 100% LRU-replaceable modularity with OpenVPX profiles intended to conform with the SOSA Technical Standard releas...
Small and light video server with AI for rugged applications
General Micro Systems (GMS), the rugged C4ISR mobile systems and servers company, has announced a small, light and SWaP-C-optimised workstation, display and general-purpose graphics processing unit (GPGPU) artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm and video processor.
Dual Xeon OpenVPXBlade with high compute density launched
Rackmount servers have their place, yet already-deployed defence platforms and the world’s militaries often prefer tried-and-true OpenVPX-style systems for legacy card- and system interoperability. Until now, upgrading those systems with the best 'rack style' server compute engine wasn’t possible using OpenVPX. General Micro Systems (GMS) has changed this entirely with the launch of a 6U, dual-CPU OpenVPX server blade with two&nb...
GMS brings security with speed to compact storage server
In a world full of cyber security dangers that threaten the safety of soldiers and civilians alike, every user and application on the battlefield needs to protect classified data and ensure that critical systems aren't compromised in any way. To solve these dual problems, General Micro Systems has announced a thin 1U rackmount secure storage server with removable, hardware-encrypted RAID modules.
GMS wins 2017 Soldier’s Network Defender of the Year award
General Micro Systems has received General Dynamics Mission Systems’ 2017 Soldier’s Network Defender of the Year award for the company’s innovative and cost effective support of the US Army’s Warfighter Information Network – Tactical (WIN-T) Increment 2 programme. The programme is the Army’s tactical communications network backbone delivering mission-command, communications, and situational awareness for ...
Military grade servers extended to enterprise industries
General Micro Systems has announced that it is extending its MIL-SPEC server into non-defence markets where ruggedness and reliability, highest performance and lowest energy consumption in the smallest footprint are critical. Focusing on RAS - Reliability, Availability and Serviceability - the new GMS business initiative will bring the company’s military-grade 2U short-rack server system to demanding industry applications, including data ce...
GMS boasts 12x performance and density
General Micro Systems announced the S1U-MD, a 1U rackmount, multi-domain server and managed Ethernet switch/router based on the Intel Xeon D server CPU. S1U-MD boasts 12x the performance of traditional blade-servers, but in one-twelfth the size of traditional systems. Isolating Red and Black domains to ensure security or designing for redundancy is normally accomplished with one full-depth box for each Red and Black domain: 1) two physically...
Smallest rugged server integrates dual Intel XeonE5-2600v4 CPUs
The S2U “KING COBRA”, to be showcased at the 2016 AUSA Annual Meeting, integrates dual Intel XeonE5-2600v4 CPUs, Cisco industrial-strength embedded router, 20-port managed switch, 48TB of fastest-available storage, and APU (Auxiliary Power Unit) in the smallest rugged server — the only server with 100% LRU (Line-Replacement-Unit) modular sub systems.
"Server room in a box"
General Micro Systems announces a new product line of deployable, rugged, small form-factor server systems, based on the Intel Xeon D processor, that put data-centre processing performance on the battlefield—without the rack. The GMS ‘Server Room in a Box’ Xeon D family is designed to provide the ultimate rugged-server, low-cost switch, and low-cost router computer system for defence and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) markets as ...
19" smart LCD passes MIL-S-901D shock testing
General Micro Systems (GMS) has announced that the SD19 rugged smart display has successfully passed rigorous MIL-S-901D shock testing. Simulating an explosion or a projectile hit, the MIL-S-901D "High-Impact Shipboard Machinery, Equipment, and Systems" specification is notoriously difficult to pass. A heavy hammer strikes a test fixture onto which the SD19 unit under test is mounted.