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Curtiss-Wright Controls buys Parvus from Eurotech - News

October 01, 2013
SALT LAKE CITY. Officials at Curtiss-Wright Controls in Charlotte, NC, are adding PC/104 technology to their portfolio with the purchase of Parvus Corp. in Salt Lake City from Italian embedded computer maker Eurotech in Amaro, Italy.

WIN-T Increment 2 continues to use Parvus Ethernet switches - News

June 24, 2013
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah. Parvus Corp., a Eurotech subsidiary, won follow-on orders from General Dynamics C4S, the prime contractor for the U.S. Army’s Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) program. Parvus Ethernet switches have bene used in the WIN-T tactical network for about four years. Deliveries for the latest follow-on orders - valued at $4.8 million -- are expected to happen over the next 3-5 months.

VPX SBC building block hastens time-to-market for C4ISR apps - Product

October 09, 2012
Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) is a hot focus in mil tech these days, and so is fast time-to-deployment. The good news is that Parvus’ CPU-111-10 6U VPX SBC can act as a ready building block in C4ISR applications, h...

Case study: Ruggedizing Cisco Ethernet switches for the military - Story

December 16, 2011
To meet the military?s requirements for computing technologies that are cost sensitive yet extremely rugged, commercial products can be enhanced for harsh-use applications. The following case study describes how the Cisco IE-3000 switch was ruggedized for use in demanding military IP networking applications.

Cisco's industrial Ethernet switch goes mil rugged - Product

October 17, 2011
Cisco Systems routers and switches certainly provide value in many industrial or benign computing scenarios.

Case study: Designing for rugged thermal management to meet military needs - Story

December 09, 2010
As military programs continue to push the limits of computing system requirements, rugged computer systems must continue to evolve to endure the toughest conditions: extreme temperatures, shock, vibration, and humidity amidst altitude, fungus, salt fog, explosive decompression, immersion, and sand/dust exposure. To meet these stringent requirements, rugged subsystems suppliers must produce innovative thermal management technologies that can withstand situations that may threaten a computer?s durability. A case study of a U.S. Navy Special Ops river craft is presented to illustrate the inner-workings of a thermal management scheme.

GbE switch card aids soldiers and their networks - Product

May 19, 2010
Out in the harsh environmental terrain of Afghanistan, situational awareness is paramount to mission success and survival. One key enabler is network-centricity, allowing soldiers to receive strategic or protective orders from commanders and other personnel.