With the new year, Chassis Plans is changing its name to CP Technologies. The company, which provides ruggedized computer hardware systems, servers, and LCD displays points to its defense market roots, which it intends to further grow. The moniker better represents the company’s focus on serving those in harsh military and industrial environments.
Shock and vibration, temperature, dirt and dust, and electromagnetic interference/radio-frequency interference can bring systems without proper ruggedization to its knees.
Chassis Plans has created and posted a new white paper that explains what High Performance Computing is and why it is critical for many defense, military and industrial applications.
Over the years, some aspects of designing rugged computers using COTS components have remained the same, while other areas have greatly changed. Here’s the latest on design and manufacturing of ruggedized systems for harsh environment applications, including shock and vibration, temperature, protection from dirt and dust, and EMI/RFI shielding