Core Systems Showcases New and Innovative Products at AFCEA West 2012

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Core Systems showcased brand new products and product revisions at AFCEA's West 2012, including a new dual 19" rackmount display, a new 1U rugged computer that supports up to six front-mount hot-swap hard drives, and a new ruggedized 2U version of an existing Dell server.

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Featured products from the Rugged Rackmount Display line include a 19" dual display, a 19" 1U LCD with keyboard, and a 8U panel mount LCD

Core Systems was the only rugged computing company to showcase several new innovative systems and displays at the show.

AFCEA’s West 2012 conference brought together the latest innovations in military-related technology last week in San Diego. Leading the market in rugged rackmount computers and displays, Core Systems debuted a variety of brand new, innovative products unmatched by any others in the show. From their rugged rackmount LCD line, Core Systems showcased their newly revised, bestselling G2 1U LCD—with an industry-leading 18” depth, the G2 is the shortest depth, lightest weight 1U rackmount LCD in the entire market. Core Systems also debuted their brand new 2U rackmount dual 19” display, the MLD-1920-RDS. Featuring dual side-by-side 19” LCD displays in a lightweight aluminum chassis with a short 20” depth, the robust dual display is an effective and reliable choice for mobile military rack applications.

Core Systems also showcased new products in their M-Raptor line of rugged rackmount computers. The M122 1U server is the only 1U rugged computer with six front removable hot-swap, shock-mounted hard drives with dual redundant power supplies. As with all of the M-Raptor series servers, the M122 meets or exceeds military standards MIL-STD-810F, MIL-STD-810G and MIL-STD-901D. Core Systems also debuted the newest revision of their M415 rugged 4U server. The 4U system now offers up to 12TB of removable hot-swap storage and allows for an impressive twelve full-length, full-height feature cards to be installed, all held in place by “Core locks.”

One of the most talked about rugged computing products at the show was the new M223 Server. The M223 is a rugged version of a Dell R610 or R710 server. Core has managed to ruggedize a Dell server to withstand deployment onto a Navy ship. With standard features that include completely milled all-aluminum construction, shock-mounted hard drives, and dual redundant hot-swap power supply modules all in a 2U height with an overall depth of 23” and weight of 33lbs or less, the rugged 2U M223 was a major hit of West 2012. Core Systems was the only rugged computing company to showcase several new innovative systems and displays at the show. The Core engineering team was pleased at all of the positive feedback that was received during AFCEA West 2012.

About Core Systems
Core Systems is a pioneer in the industrial computing field. Core Systems manufactures both custom and COTS solutions for the industrial, embedded and military computing marketplaces. Products offerings range from rugged industrial computers and rackmount LCDs to complete custom designed systems and multi-panel display consoles. Core Systems is trusted worldwide to deploy best-in-class rugged computers and displays. Visit http://www.coresystemsusa.com for more information.

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