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The Radisys 40G DPDK Performance Benchmark numbers are available now – and living up to expectations! Learn More »
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Last week Heavy Reading published the report COTS & ATCA: 2014 User Survey and we were pleased to see that it named Radisys as the leading ATCA supplier for blades and system integration.

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Modular. Scalable. Upgradeable. These are benefits that are invaluable to today’s medical equipment designer who is struggling to find development efficiencies across a diverse product family. Learn More »
Jennifer Zickel, Product Line Manager for COM Express, introduces Radisys’ first ruggedized COM Express module with a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor covering the -40C to +85 C temperature range. This is a truly exciting opportunity for our Aerospace and Defense customers. Learn More »

A mission-critical application for today’s military is just that, critically important for both situational awareness and safety. What does this entail today, given the amazing evolution of A&D communications that we have seen over the past decade? Today’s troops rely on ruggedized and portable wireless end-to-end communications networks. In many cases, this means increasing amounts of graphics processing and display – and the quicker the processor the better. But how do you get all of that performance punch into such a small form factor?

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A mission-critical application for today’s military is just that, critically important for both situational awareness and safety. Learn More »

COM E for A&D

Posted by Jennifer Zickel, Feb. 2, 2012 under COM-Express, Aero-Defense

It was a great day yesterday for the COM E team here at Radisys, with the announcement of the CEQM67HD. It’s the first ruggedized COM Express module with quad-core Intel® Core™ i7 processing and a -40 C to +85 C temperature range to hit the market, and we’re very excited about the benefits it provides to our A&D partners. Learn More »
As Mil/Aero system designers develop applications that meet the demands of today’s battlefield, it’s become increasingly difficult to satisfy performance requirements with traditionally used standards. Learn More »