Industry leaders Core Systems and ETI debuted their collaborative Rugged Computer Systems, at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference in Tampa, Florida, showing examples of rugged tactical turnkey computer solutions.
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.
Core Systems shipped the packages through the organization Operation Shoebox. Founded in 2003 as a way to support deployed servicemen overseas, Operation Shoebox's goal was to raise troop morale and to remind them that they are cared for and appreciated. Operation Shoebox consistently organizes and ships care packages to troops that are deployed overseas throughout the year.
Core Systems in Poway, CA August 28, 2008 announced today the introduction of the MPR18-A, 18.1" Rugged MIL-S-901D, Grade A, Class 1 Type A Display that is designed and tested for MIL-S-901D, MIL-STD-167, MIL-STD-461D.
Core Systems in Poway California March 10, 2008 announces today that they will provide fully integrated rack mount systems to Zetron for their versatile and highly configurable paging terminal with built-in features that maximize continuous service.
The new MPN21 NEMA 4X 21" Panel Mount Industrial Touch Screen LCD has been designed to provide the industrial user with 1600 X 1200 picture quality and state-of-the-art features housed in a rugged industrial enclosure which will assure reliable operation in most factory environments.