General Micro Systems announced the Raider (S705) rugged, ultra-small, Core 2 Duo-based system. Raider is based on the GMS P70x module, a Core 2 Duo processor providing up to 2.16 GHz of power and 4 MB of L2 Cache, and up to 2 GB of 667 MHz DDR-2SDRAM. The S705 is available in a variety of configurations to be completely upgradeable and compatible along the Intel migration path. Due to its power and expandability, Raider provides performance levels equal to full-size ATR systems. Pricing for the conduction-cooled version of Raider (S705) starts at $8300, in single quantities and ship 60 days ARO.
Raider has the ability to support up to six wireless radios on four to six antennae feeds. This built-in functionality enables simultaneous monitoring and tracking of phone, wireless, CDMA, TDMA, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth or others. Other key features are Dual GigE with TCP/IP offloading engine, high-performance video, Dual Com ports with 232/422, four USB ports, full audio for VOIP applications, full BIT and EBIT testing, and thermal management for safe thermal operation.
In addition, Raider’s facility for rugged environments (-40°C to +85°C, MIL-STD 810F), along with its ability to operate from a single voltage source (+16 to +28VDC), makes the S705 ideal for demanding applications such as the UAV contract for which it was originally designed. Two optional 256 GB solid-state disks can be fixed or removable, offering the ability to store ½ Terabyte of acquired data for security purposes in sensitive operations.
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