General Micro Systems
General Micro Systems Breaks All Server Barriers with S2U "King Cobra" on Performance, Ruggedness, SWaP, and Cost
The S2U "KING COBRA", showcased at the 2016 AUSA Annual Meeting, integrates dual Intel(r) Xeon(r) E5-2600v4 CPUs, Cisco(r) industrial-strength embedded router, 20-port managed switch, 48TB of fastest-available storage, and Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) in the industry's smallest rugged server--the only server with 100% line-replacement-unit (LRU) modular subsystems--all at astounding price
General Micro Systems Unveils Super-rugged, High-Performance "Server Room in a Box" Family Based on Intel Xeon D Processor
First product is SB2002-SW "Blackhawk" switch/router with 20 managed ports, 64GB RAM, removable storage, Cisco routing software, and high-level security in compact seven-pound box
About the size of an iPhone(r), GMS's new rugged SBC delivers high performanceand ultra-low power consumption
Targeting low-power, high-performance military and severe environment applications, the "Atom" from General Micro Systems is the world's smallest full function computer
*Up to 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo(r) processor with 4 MB of L2 Cache *Field upgradeable CPU module to deploy future Intel(r) Core 2 Duo processors *Five Independent expansion buses, including options for PMC, XMC or SAM(tm) video *VME-64 support; and ultra low power versions, as low as 25 watts max *Standard 0°C to +60°C, or an extended temperature version (-40°C to +85°C)
GMS' 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo(r) Rugged System Delivers Highest Per Watt, Per Cubic Inch Performance in Just 34 Cubic Inches
Up to 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo(r) processor with 4 MB of L2 Cache; ultra-small and lightweight: 4.6"x4.6"x1.6" at 2 lbs. (single drive); dual removable drives and up to six wireless radio feeds; conduction-cooled (-40°C to +85°C), total power as low as 15 watts; and designed in response to rugged UAV application
General Micro Systems, Inc. (GMS), designer and manufacturer of embedded computing products for defense, aerospace and compute-intensive applications, and the leader in high-end Pentium® processors since 1986, has developed a fifth-generation dual-processor, rugged SBC.
General Micro Systems Introduces Full Featured, High-Performance PC for Military Manpack Applications
General Micro Systems, Inc., a leader in the design and manufacture of embedded computing products for defense, aerospace, and compute-intensive applications, now offers a full-featured PC meeting the military’s stringent demands for net-centric Manpack computers. Introduced at MEECC (Military Embedded Electronics and Computer Conference) 2006, Spartan (P630) the industry’s first rugged UMPC (Ultra Mobile PC) is engineered specifically for varied OEM applications that need excellent performance, but require low power consumption in a Manpack compact size.