Originally Published in the January issue of AVIONICS INTERNATIONAL
General Micro Systems (GMS) builds small form factor servers, switches, and routers for military applications; including avionics. Although it also builds fan-cooled avionics systems, the company recently unveiled Titan, which it bills as ‘the industry’s first sealed, fan-less, conduction-cooled rackmount servers with artificial intelligence (AI) and mil-circular (38999) connectors for superior ruggedness in the most demanding defense and aerospace applications.’
Originally Published in EE TIMES
The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) held its annual meeting and exposition in October, where vendors get a chance to showcase their products and technologies for the military market. This year’s conference highlights a range of technologies from development systems and servers with artificial intelligence (AI) engines to multi-function displays and connectors.
Originally Published in MILITARY EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
Virtualizing legacy embedded systems improves their performance, efficiency, and security, as well as helping to meet size, weight, and power requirements for military aircraft and ground vehicles.
Originally Published in MILITARY AND AREOSPACE ELECTRONICS
Until recently, the use of moving liquid to remove excess heat from embedded computing processors was considered an expensive and unreliable luxury, but escalating demand and maturing technologies finally are putting this technology within reach.
Originally Published in JANES 360
WASHINGTON, D.C., October 16, 2019 – General Micro Systems is focusing its efforts on pushing artificial intelligence (AI) processing capabilities down to the tactical level, developing a family of AI-enhanced servers that are configured to withstand the rigors of combat.