Iris, the new version of a flagship 3U VPX plug-in-card from Concurrent Technologies is now available.
This newly released version has twice the memory capacity as the previous card, can now be used in cyber and radio applications, and boosts the estimated full lifetime value of the product.
Iris provides secure, high bandwidth switch connections between each PIC to ensure they collaborate seamlessly. Typical applications include force protection, situational awareness, command and control, and mission computing.
“Our well-defined and streamlined product lifecycle process, augmented with our in-house manufacturing capability, [allowed] us to rapidly prototype this new product variant,” said Director of Engineering Nigel Jowitt. “The validation and environmental qualification steps were completed as planned by carefully managing and retiring risks. This enabled us to ship qualified products in a timeframe that delighted a lead customer, showing we are again on track to achieve one of our key strategic objectives of releasing more products faster.”
Concurrent Technologies | gocct.com
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