General Micro Systems, Inc.
General Micro Systems Taps IT Leader to Extend Its Military Pedigree Low-Power, Small Form Factor Servers to Enterprise and Non-Defense Industries
Defense Spin-off Tech: IT Industry Veteran Kevin Kryzda to Lead Business Development Efforts to Bring High RAS Rugged, Dense, Efficient and Reliable Servers to Data Centers, Oil and Gas, Mining, Healthcare, Aviation and Other Demanding Industries
Ultra-small, rugged chassis houses 4-in-1: 6 Secure Virtual Machines, 18 port switch, RAID storage and Aux. Power Unit
• Six hardware-independent Secure Virtual Machines (SVMs) • 18 1-Gbit intelligent Ethernet ports with MIL locking connectors • Removable RAID storage and Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) • Intel(r) Xeon(tm) Ivy Bridge-EP CPU with 10 cores (2.4 GHz each) • Tamper-proof TPM security and ability to 'zero-ize' data • Ultra-SWaP (11.75"x7.75"x4.5" @ 18 lbs. and as low as 180 watts)
New ultra-rugged system boasts two independent, high-performance computers supporting secure/non-secure operations in one small package
• Independent operation of classified and unclassified domains in same system • National Security Agency (NSA)-approved architecture • Rugged interconnects for a fully sealed system eliminating contamination • Tamper-proof hardware allowing only authorized restart • Intel(r) Haswell(r) Quad Core processor for highest possible performance per dollar per watt