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EnsembleSeries™ SCM6010 and CAM6000 - Low-latency storage

 

6U OpenVPX™ SSD carrier with PCIe switching and removable canister

EnsembleSeries™ SCM6010 storage drives are an industry first, offering removable storage canisters that allow the user to easily replace the storage for rapid mission updates, removal of sensitive material and technological refreshes, enabling the speed of technology. For deployment anywhere, the storage modules are available with modified-off-the-shelf-plus (MOTS+) packaging technology for extreme environmental protection.

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EnsembleSeries™ SCM6010 modules use an efficient PCIe architecture to access their M.2 NVMe drives, enabling them to perform more like memory than traditional storage, delivering a performance boost to OpenVPX™ subsystems, including CPUs, GPUs, and FPGAs. This ability to mirror a composable data center architecture is critical for the remote deployment of today’s most contemporary AI, electronic warfare, electro-optical/infrared and other big processing, image-intensive applications that typically require vast memory and storage resources.


Features

Interoperable, scalable and refreshable through modular open system architectures

Performance of the latest IP with NVMe M.2 solid state storage technology

 

IP integrity through defense micro - electronics activity (DMEA)

Refresh your missions with quick access, removable drives

Extreme environmental protection with TR-9 proven MOTS+ packaging


  • Up to 24TB of high-speed storage
  • 48 x PCIe Gen3 low-latency, high-bandwidth read/write lanes
  • Removable storage canisters for mission refreshes
  • Embedded VITA 46.11 system management & monitoring
  • Optional MOTS+ rugged packaging for extreme environmental protection

Other HPEEC Building Blocks


Resources

The Military Digital Convergence - enables next-generation military platforms

Embedded Cognitive Computing & Artificial Intelligence - part 1

High-performance OpenVPX Forced Air-cooling Architectures