HSR40 40 GBE High Speed Data Recorder in Conduction Cooled Version
Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division, a trusted leading supplier of rugged data storage and protection solutions, today announced a new conduction cooled variant of the High Speed Recorder 40 GbE (HSR40), what the company calls the industry’s first two-channel 40 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) network attached storage (NAS) system designed to address the extremely high bandwidth data capture requirements of today’s most demanding intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) applications.
The new HSR40-CC is a fully ruggedised solution that can capture UDP or TCP/IP data from two 40GbE ports at sustained rates of over 6GB/s. With its ability to capture and store up to 48TB of wire-rate data, the HSR40-CC is ideal for handling the huge amounts of data collected on today’s sensor-rich ISR platforms. Its two NVMe-based Removable Memory Blades (RMB) speed and ease the transfer of critical data to the ground station for post-mission download and analysis. Even better, the commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) HSR40-CC requires minimal NRE. It provides system integrators with a proven and cost-effective solution for applications with immediate time-to-deployment requirements.
“With the introduction of our fully rugged, conduction-cooled HSR40-CC high speed data recorder, Curtiss-Wright further extends its market-leading range of COTS-based rugged data solutions for demanding ISR applications,” said Lynn Bamford, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Defense Solutions division. “Now, the industry’s highest performance two-channel 40 GbE NAS solution is fully deployable with unprecedented data capture capability to record vast amounts of critical data at full wire-speed.”