The DDUx is a state of the art rugged processing unit incorporating Intel’s Core i7 processor technology, multiple solid state hard drive options and an array of I/O expandable to service peripheral devices.
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The DDUx represents a leap forward in size, weight, power and cost in an ultra rugged form factor for the toughest environments. An integral Capability Upgrade Bay (CUB) allows the DDUx to be customized to support your I/O and processing needs to meet the demands of any platform. Several standard CUB card options are available.
DDUx also incorporates a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip, which features an embedded trusted computing architecture, that is recognized by industry and the trusted computing group to assure the integrity of a platform at the hardware level. Enterprise level routing and firewall applications to include Cisco’s Advanced Virtualized Routing as an option to further guard against cyber threats.
In a continuation of the DDU legacy, the DDUx provides capabilities to control a variety of peripherals, radios, and sensors eliminating the need for additional hardware resulting in a significant leap forward in size, weight, power and cost reduction of your system.
Some of the more advanced capabilities are:
Ruggedized Router - The DDUx is a fully capable data router and Ethernet switch, interconnecting on-board IP capable equipment and off-platform networks using a variety of available interfaces. Optional embedded 802.11 available.
Voice Cross Banding and Call Management - The DDUx is a radio agnostic gateway that interfaces to analog and digital voice radios. It provides a decentralized management service that enables cross-banding of any connected radio. The DDUx also seamlessly interoperates with COTS VoIP devices and infrastructure using the SIP protocol. Optional embedded cellular GSM/CDMA available.
Ruggedized Server - The DDUx has the computing horsepower to support native and end user services and applications. Virtualization on the DDUx allows concurrent operation of up to 7 different additional services, even if the applications require multiple different underlying Operating Systems such as Windows and LINUX.
Network Video Distribution - The DDUx accepts up to four (4) analog RS 170 video feeds and converts them to digital video for distribution on any attached LAN/WAN interface. The DDUx also distributes protected video using a forward error correction protocol to accommodate packet loss often seen in highly mobile networks.
This video is multicast across the network and made available to any number of receive locations. The video can also be user selected and stored locally or remotely.
Peripheral Control, Radio Management, and Sensor Interfaces - The DDUx controls a variety of peripherals, radios, and sensors through any connected workstation without requiring the operator to physically manipulate the device.
GPS Distribution - The DDUx can host an embedded GPS to eliminate the need for an externally connected GPS device or be configured to accept single source GPS data from an external source and makes it available to any connected device on the platform, eliminating the need for multiple GPS devices.