The most formidable engineering challenges of rugged computing involve reducing computer hardware size, weight, power, and cost (SWAP-C) requirements in constrained environments while meeting demanding processing and communication requirements. As rugged systems are deployed into the field, these variables are critically important.
Mercury combines two decades of thermal and kinetic engineering expertise and the most modern, best-of-breed computing resources available to achieve a breakthrough reduction in SWAP-C for mission-critical distributed computing systems. By functionally disaggregating commercial computing resources and housing them in a standardized footprint, purpose-built enclosures, TMS system designs achieve high compute densities with superior thermal and kinetic management.
TMS systems are built to survive in demanding environments with extreme cold, heat, shock, and vibration, while meeting the SWAP-C constraints of legacy platforms. Our products are ideal for those seeking highly available, horizontally scalable processing power, and lower life cycle cost of ownership.
Small Form Factors & Footprint Performance
TMS is committed to providing the highest-performance computing in the smallest form factors possible with a focus on size, weight, power, and cooling. We call this commitment our footprint computing initiative.