General Micro Systems (GMS) Challenges Industry to "Buy American Servers Again" at AUSA 2019
"More server hacks, alleged hardware exploits, banned Chinese electronics and a trade war are a wake-up call to only buy American-made and American-manufactured servers," says GMS CEO Ben Sharfi
By: General Micro Systems
Every server and rugged computing product GMS has on display at AUSA 2019 is designed and made in America. Servers like these are used in myriad military equipment and installations, from the Pentagon to naval vessels to deployed ground vehicles and forward-operating base command posts. Each server includes sensitive data from potentially millions of operators and sensors.
In June 2019, President Trump put five Chinese tech entities on a trade blacklist, and earlier this year, he signed an executive order barring the government from doing business with Chinese supplier Huawei (https://www.politico.com/
At AUSA, GMS is showcasing the following American-made and -manufactured products:
· TITAN: the world's only conduction-cooled, MIL-SPEC 1U and 2U rackmount servers using up to four (4) Intel's latest second generation Scalable Xeon® processors
· SHS Secure High-Speed Storage: removable, encryptable, high-density storage cartridge for GMS server-based data recorders and image processors with up to 64 TB of removable media
· S1202-XVE: small form factor self-contained workstation mission computer driving up to three displays with optional artificial intelligence (AI) GPGPU
· S422-SW: "shoebox-sized"
Where: Booth #7664 at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) annual meeting in Washington D.C., Oct. 14-16, 2019.
For interviews at the show, ask for Kelly Wanlass at 801-602-4723 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or GMS CTO Chris Ciufo at (360) 921-7556 or email@example.com.