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Latest News

GMS Racks Up Another Jeff’s Pick, This Time for SD19

COTS Journal Editor-In-Chief Jeff Child

Originally Published in the May Issue of COTS JOURNAL

COTS JOURNAL, May 2016 – The GMS 19-inch RuggedView™ smart display earns a nod as a fully integrated, battle-ready display system worth taking a look at.

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Modularity on the Battlefield Makes Sense

Embedded Systems Engineering, Spring 2016

Originally Published in the Spring Issue of EMBEDDED SYSTEMS ENGINEERING: Military & Aerospace Guide

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS ENGINEERING, Spring 2016 – Battlefield equipment takes a beating: from the enemy, the environment, and sometimes from the warfighter. So planning for repairs, spares, and upgrades is essential. But while designing a system that “meets the requirements in the ORD” is where many designers stop, GMS CEO Ben Sharfi thinks designers should also consider building in modularity to allow for battlefield realities.

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SD19 Passes MIL-S-901D Shock Test

19-inch RuggedView™ smart LCD display remains intact and fully operational after hammer test of over 500Gs force

Navy Shock Test

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA, May 25, 2016 – General Micro Systems, Inc. (GMS), the industry-leading expert in highest-density, compute-intensive, and rugged small form-factor embedded computing systems, servers, and switches for C4ISR defense, aerospace, medical, industrial, and energy exploration, announces the SD19 rugged smart display has successfully passed rigorous MIL-S-901D shock testing.

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Beating The Heat

COTS Journal, Vol.18, No.1, January 2016

Originally Published in the April Issue of MILITARY & AEROSPACE ELECTRONICS

MILITARY & AEROSPACE ELECTRONICS, VOL. 27, NO. 4, April, 2016 – In John Keller’s write up on “Beating the Heat” in the April 19, 2016 edition of Military & Aerospace Electronics, he examines the variety of ways to keep cool systems designed for military and defense. General Microsystems’ Chief Architect Ben Sharfi was John’s go-to guy for “the demands for high performance in embedded cooling”.

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