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West 2018: The data centre in a briefcase

Mercury Systems - Trusted Mission Systems Division (formerly Themis Computer), working in conjunction with Acumentrics, has developed what they characterise as ‘the autonomous data centre in a briefcase.’ Identified more officially as the RESmini, the system is on display at this week’s West 2018 event in San Diego, California.

Mercury Systems debuts rugged, high-density server in HDslim 4U chassis

— http://www.intelligent-aerospace.com/articles/2018/02/mercury-systems-debuts-rugged-high-density-server-in-hdslim-4u-chassis.html

FREMONT, Calif. Mercury Systems Inc. (NASDAQ:MRCY) is introducing the HDslim sub-rack form factor, measuring less than 10 inches wide and 20 inches deep, for its RES High Density (RES-HD) server product line. “The HDslim form factor addresses a growing market need for small and light enterprise class information technology,” says...

Mercury Systems to boost expertise in embedded computer servers and military C4I with Themis acquisition

— http://www.militaryaerospace.com/articles/2017/12/embedded-computer-servers-c4i.html

ANDOVER, Mass. – Executives of embedded computing specialist Mercury Systems in Andover, Mass., are boosting their company’s expertise in rugged computer servers and in military command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4I) with their acquisition of Themis Computer in Fremont, Calif. Military & Aerospace, Dec 21 2017

Featured Product: Themis Announces Next-Gen Rugged Enterprise Servers

— https://www.aerodefensetech.com/component/content/article/941-adt/features/products/27781-featured-product-themis-announces-next-gen-rugged-enterprise-servers

Rugged computing platform manufacturer Themis Computer® released its next-generation XR6 Rugged Enterprise Servers (RES) featuring the newest Intel® Xeon® Scalable (Skylake) Processors. Aerospace & Defense – Oct 27, 2017

Top Things you missed at AUSA

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Themis unveiled new HDversa compact computing at AUSA 2017 Only 10” deep, 6U (26.7cm) tall, and requiring less than 1500W of total power, the HDversa features a redundant power backplane with twelve module bays that fit a wide range of standardized storage, graphics, networking, and management modules. Designed to easily...

Themis Computer to show HDversa at DSEI

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LONDON, UK (DSEI 2017), Sep 13, 2017 – Themis Computer, a manufacturer of rugged computing solutions, is showcasing HDversa–a new 10” deep, high-density, modular computing platform–this week at DSEI, Booth N4-352, in London. Providing a common composable infrastructure approach for tactical platforms, the HDversa features a redundant power backplane with...

Rugged embedded computing server for SIGINT, surveillance, and AI introduced by Themis

FREMONT, Calif. – Themis Computer in Fremont, Calif., is introducing the XR6 Rugged Enterprise Servers (RES) with Intel Xeon Scalable (Skylake) processors for embedded computing applications like signals intelligence (SIGINT), cryptography, artificial intelligence, surveillance, sensor fusion, analytics, communications, and video processing. READ MORE at Military & Aerospace

Rugged computer server from Themis brings supercomputing power to military applications

— http://www.militaryaerospace.com/articles/2017/05/computer-server-rugged-supercomputing.html

FREMONT, Calif. – Themis Computer in Fremont, Calif., is introducing the rugged RES-NT2 2U GPU computer server to bring supercomputingcapabilities to space-limited demanding operating environments in military, commercial, and industrial applications. Military & Aerospace, May 2017

Navy orders computer rugged servers from Themis for shipboard electronics applications

WASHINGTON, 2 Nov. 2016. U.S. Navy shipboard electronics experts needed computer rugged servers for a variety of shipboard computing tasks. They found their solution from Themis Computer in Fremont, Calif. Officials of the Naval Sea Systems Command in Washington announced a $1.6 million contract last month for four Themis RES-XR5 1U standard-density rack mounted servers,...