Mike Southworth looks at protecting critical data on unmanned underwater platforms.
Paul Davis looks at how it’s now possible to design digital data recorders that can absorb upwards of 6 GB per second of streaming data, 400 percent more bandwidth then the fastest SFPDP recorder could handle.
Mike McPherson looks at where that budget will be spent and what areas may present opportunities for designers to innovate to close current and future technology gaps.
Steve Edwards looks at how Trusted Boot is a key strategy for ensuring the trustworthiness of an embedded computing system against cyber attacks.
Ivan Straznicky looks at the introduction of Gen 5 VPX, the initial Gen 5 VPX protocols are expected to be 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100G-KR4) and Infiniband EDR [enhanced data rate).
Graham Pitcher of New Electronics Magazine speaks to Aaron Frank and Andrew McCoubrey of Curtiss-Wright about the future of VME.
Modernizing a Serial Processing Code to Obtain Optimal Performance on an OpenVPX Digital Signal Processing Module
Tammy Carter and Beau Paisley look at how serial algorithms can be evolved to scalable, multithreaded implementation using well-established high-performance computing (HPC) programming frameworks such as OpenMP and MPI.
Courtney Howard looks at how military and aerospace requirements demand greater strength, speed, and capabilities in smaller form factors.
Trusted computing involves technologies protect mission-critical embedded electronics from physical and remote attacks and from hardware and software failures.
Val Chrysostomou looks at the growing challenge of how best to provide operators with as much usable visual information as possible while ensuring that the data is readable and actionable in real time.