Tactical Mission Computers

Quora™ A-series

Rugged Systems for Power-Constrained Mission Critical Computing

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Features
  • Ideal for power-constrained mission critical applications
  • Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technology for cost-effective flexibility
  • Size, weight, and power (SWaP) optimized for mobile platforms
  • Designed for high reliability in extreme environments
  • Customizable for program specific requirements
Dynatem Quora™ Family

Quora is a family of rugged embedded computers designed for use in mission critical airborne, ground and shipboard applications. Quora systems are designed and built around rugged, small form factor (SFF) COTS-based subsystems. They are modular and expandable, with state-of-the-art processors, powerful graphics and data processing options available to satisfy a wide variety of mission requirements. Consisting of pre-integrated and pre-qualified subsystems, our mission computers help get your program validated and deployed faster, while minimizing the costs and risks associated with a new design effort. Quora tactical mission computers are ideal for use in C4ISR technology refresh and platform upgrade programs under thermal, shock and vibration extremes in unmanned and manned aircraft, ground vehicles, and maritime platforms.


Description

The Quora A-series™ features Intel® Atom™ E38xx processors; with up to four cores, 4GB of RAM and 8GB of eMMC. Designed for use in power-constrained applications, the A-series has a typical power draw of 15W while maintaining a high level of computational and I/O capabilities. It has been tested and certified for use in extreme environments, including extended temperatures, shock and vibe, and fire and smoke. Available with flexible CPU, power supply, memory, storage and I/O subsystem options, A-series computers can be customized and certified to meet specific application or program requirements

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