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PRODUCT OF THE WEEK: Annapolis Micro Systems’ 100Gb Ethernet SOSA aligned, 3U OpenVPX Development Kit - StoryApril 25, 2022
This week’s product, the Annapolis Micro Systems’ WILD 100 3U OpenVPX Development Kit, is aligned with the Open Group’s Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Technical Standard and is 100Gb Ethernet capable. Made in the USA, the kit is designed from the ground up to economically speed development of electronic warfare (EW) system applications.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. Annapolis Micro Systems’ announced that its WILDSTAR 100GbE 3E10 3U OpenVPX Switch was named a Top-5 winner at U.S. Army’s xTech CMOSS Plugfest competition held November 8-19 at the Open Innovation Laboratory (OIL), Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.
This week’s product, the WILD VPX Chassis Manager (WABGMO), is aligned to VITA 46.11 and enables critical chassis control, maintenance, and security functions. Developed in alignment with The Open Group Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Technical Standard, Edition 1.0, the WABGMO is available as a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) solution.
SOSA 1.0 is less than a month old, yet Annapolis already has 20 products aligned with it - Press ReleaseOctober 25, 2021
Annapolis, Md. With the introduction of a 15-Slot 3U OpenVPX Chassis, Annapolis Micro Systems is now offering twenty 3U and 6U VPX products that align with SOSA Technical Standard 1.0. It may be the largest single-company portfolio of products aligned with SOSA 1.0.
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona. The Sensor Open System Architecture (SOSA) Consortium and its Tri-Service leadership (Air Force, Army, and Navy) and industry members are all involved in developing a Technical Standard that will be a requirement for future electronic warfare, radar, SIGINT, ISR, and other sensor systems. The joint effort will reduce overall development and deployment costs while enabling faster deployment of sensor technology to the warfighter. This webcast, whch took place Sept 30, 2021 when theEdtion 1.0 of the standard was released, featured industry experts discussing the challenges involved in deploying SOSA conformant hardware and software technology to the warfighter and detailed the benefits, such as faster delivery of new capabilities, shorter equipment downtimes, lower long-term life cycle costs, and more.
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland. Annapolis Micro Systems released a 100Gb Ethernet RFSoC board that is alignd to the Sensor Open Systems Architecture Technical Standard. It combines analog and digital capability in a single 3U OpenVPX slot, operations that previously needed two or more boards for the same functions.