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Data Transport for OpenVPX HPEC

July 20, 2017

The Department of Defense (DoD) requires high-performance embedded computing (HPEC) systems to meet extreme data transport demands. OpenVPX is an excellent solution, as a successor to legacy commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) standards that supports advanced switching fabrics while also maintaining deterministic control through system-wide management features.

In this Curtiss-Wright white paper, defense system integrators will learn:

  • Why next-generation processing technology requires more advanced backplane solutions
  • How the control, expansion, and data plane capabilities of OpenVPX enable high-bandwidth, low-latency system communications
  • How support for multiple switching fabrics in 3U/6U OpenVPX COTS systems encourages interoperability and minimizes design time and cost
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