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Katy, TX 77494
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Galleon Embedded Computing Releases New White Paper - NGVA - Press Release

July 08, 2021

Galleon Embedded Computing has released a new white paper; NGVA Data Model and OpenDDS – A Practical example on how to use NGVA and OpenDDS.


Galleon Embedded Computing Launches New Website - Press Release

May 19, 2021

Galleon Embedded Computing is proud to announce the launch of its newly redesigned website at


Galleon Embedded Computing Releases the New Product; XSR Tactical Secure Server - Press Release

April 29, 2021

Galleon Embedded Computing is proud to announce their new ground vehicle computer, the XSR Tactical Secure Server. A server specifically engineered for tactical military vehicles, the XSR TSS meets the rugged requirements for the most severe environmental conditions without compromising performance, functionality, or reliability. Equipped with removable storage supported by dual-layer Data-at-rest encryption, the XSR Tactical Secure Server ensures consistent and secure data management.


Galleon Embedded Computing Supercharges the XSR Product Family with 9th Generation Intel Processors - Press Release

April 20, 2021

Galleon Embedded Computing is proud to announce the latest update in technologies applied across the XSR core product line.


Meeting the Requirements for Artificial Intelligence - Press Release

November 17, 2020

For applications which require uncompressed recording from several cameras via 10GbE and GbE inputs, a single Galleon XSR Recorder can meet and exceed requirements. The XSR Recorder ensures a reliable operation even in extreme conditions.


Demand for 80 Terabyte Rugged Storage Exceeds All Expectations - Press Release

August 28, 2020

Galleon Embedded Computing announced yet another defense program has selected and procured the XSR Rugged NAS with 80TB of removeable storage, further solidifying Galleon’s worldwide leadership position in high capacity rugged data storage.


Effective use of open source in embedded applications - Story

February 17, 2011
Very specialized and often in-house designed solutions using highly proprietary hardware and software have traditionally dominated the embedded industry. The massive focus on cost reductions and the increased use of COTS products have led to lower hardware costs, but the cost of software remains high. However, if used and managed in the right way, open source software projects can help Military and Aerospace (M&A) system developers complete projects on time and within budget while improving the overall quality and stability of the resulting product.