High Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC)

Fortis™ R-class HPEC Systems

Rugged Rack-Mountable Servers for Secure and Reliable Edge Computing

Dynatem Fortis™ Family

The Dynatem Fortis™ family is a modular and scalable line of High Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC) systems for use in compute and data intensive mobile and edge of network applications. The rugged and compact Fortis family leverages commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) technology to enable data center performance in applications that are size, weight and power (SWaP) constrained. The Fortis product family offers an ideal solution for large scale data acquisition and real-time data processing in mobile manned/unmanned land, sea or air platforms.

  • VMware vSphere® certified for secure virtualization
  • Fanless and vent-free 19” ruggedized enclosure
  • Designed for high reliability in extreme environments
  • Modular and customizable to meet program-specific requirements
  • Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technology for cost-effective flexibility

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Fortis R-class HPEC servers bring data center intelligence and processing closer to where the data is created. The rugged, standards-based 19” rack mount design makes it a reliable and cost-effective choice for mobile and edge applications. With a fanless, vent-free chassis, soldered down CPUs, conformal coating, key-locked storage bays, and high reliability components, R-class servers are built to withstand harsh conditions, including shock and vibration and extreme temperatures.

Based on standard COM Express technology, R-class servers are available in a range of high performance configurations with flexible CPU, power supply, memory, storage and I/O subsystem options. With four (4) mini-PCIe slots for expansion, systems can easily be customized and certified with options such as 1553, ARINC, AIO/DIO, etc. to meet specific application or program requirements.

R-class systems are available with VMware vSphere® virtualization technology for remotely securing, monitoring and managing the edge infrastructure. This boosts device and data management capabilities, enables operational analytics, and enhances system security—ultimately extending the data center to the edge.