SO302-SW

S2U Rugged Server

The World's Most Advanced Rugged Server

S2U Rugged Server

SB2002-MD Golden-Eyes II

SB2002-MD "Golden-Eyes II"

Xeon® D-Based Rugged Small form Factor System

SB2002-MD "Golden-Eyes II"

RuggedView UHD65W

Rugged Smart Displays

Ultra-Rugged Smart Displays

Rugged Smart Displays

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GMS Introduces Rugged, Multi-Domain Xeon® D Server with Removable Drives

SD19 Touch Screen Display Up to Challenges Enhancing Warfighter Performance

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA, September 20, 2016 – General Micro Systems, Inc. (GMS) today announced the availability of the “Golden-Eyes II” SB2002-MD multi-domain server, the latest in the “Golden-Eyes” family of ultra-rugged, small, and extremely lightweight computer systems.

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Key Design Tweaks Could Bring UAV Costs Down to Earth

GMS contributes blog to AFCEA’s Signal magazine. CEO Ben Sharfi tapped for insight on defense trends, technology.

SD19 Touch Screen Display Up to Challenges Enhancing Warfighter Performance

SIGNAL, August 26, 2016 – Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been deployed for military applications for decades. Although fairly unsophisticated, they were cheap to operate compared to today’s technology and they helped reduce human casualties. Today, UAVs like the Global Hawk can stay aloft over 24 hours and survey up to 40,000 square miles a day. But that kind of functionality comes with a price in the hundreds of millions dollars per unit.

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Clock Throttling Not the Way to Go for Real-Time Military Applications

SD19 Touch Screen Display Up to Challenges Enhancing Warfighter Performance

MILITARY EMBEDDED SYSTEMS, July/August 2016 – Military applications often require slowing down the CPU to manage heat, which works against the need for high performance. General Micro Systems reveals a cooler alternative to clock-throttling a hot CPU.

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SD19 Touch Screen Display Up to Challenges Enhancing Warfighter Performance

SD19 Touch Screen Display Up to Challenges Enhancing Warfighter Performance

MILITARY EMBEDDED SYSTEMS, July 19, 2016 – Rugged displays are evolving to enhance the situational awareness of today’s warriors but military designers may find adopting these new technologies challenging. 

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