OpenVPX Platform Accelerates DoD Board Development

For developing activities begun under by the C4ISR Modular Open Suite of Standards (CMOSS) initiative, Elma Electronic offers a 3U OpenVPX Convergence Development Platform.  It serves as a complete test environment to enable the integrated development of common, modular hardware architectures across critical C4ISR and EW systems.


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  • Helps optimize technology reuse across DoD programs
  • 12-slot 3U OpenVPX backplane provides 10GBase-KR board-to-board signaling with aggregated port speeds to 40G
  • Accommodates boards with latest VITA 65.0-2017 slot profiles for target application development
  • Chassis supports conduction-cooled cards with open access for test 

Built on Elma's easy-access E-frame test chassis, the new development platform enables system engineers to test a range of boards that meet profiles designed for use in various Department of Defense (DoD) program requirements, significantly streamlining engineering efforts and reducing time and cost to deployment. For more details, check in with Elma Electronic Inc.


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