SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwired - Apr 4, 2013) - Eurotech subsidiary Parvus Corporation announces the availability of a new white paper entitled "Engineering Today's Military Electronics to Meet Size, Weight and Power Demands". The white paper outlines how Size, Weight and Power (SWaP) constraints are shaping the design of both wearable computers and mission computer subsystems to help the military improve operational efficiency and logistics, increase mission life, and reduce the total cost of system ownership.
Key concepts covered in the white paper include the following: small form factor advancements in wearable computing, meeting MIL-STD environmental requirements, designing mission computer subsystems with greater embedded processing power, modular designs for flexibility, and the latest developments in COTS technology to reduce SWaP.
This free white paper can be downloaded from the Parvus Literature page: http://www.parvus.com/News/Product_Literature.aspx.
"In today's military programs, reducing SWaP is critical for effective warfighting and budgetary constraints," said Dusty Kramer, president of Parvus Corporation. "Parvus is a leader in engineering for SWaP constraints, and this white paper allows us to provide military contractors with information on the latest developments in engineering military electronics."
Parvus Corporation is a leading supplier of rugged COTS computing and IP networking subsystems for Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP) constrained military, aerospace, and homeland defense applications. Parvus' tactical mission processors, network routers, Ethernet switches and embedded board-level products provide highly reliable command, control, computing and communication (C4) capabilities for situational awareness and mobile data processing in airborne, ground vehicle, and naval installations. Parvus was founded in 1983 and is part of the Eurotech Group (ETH.MI), a world leader in pervasive computing with operations across North America, Europe, and Asia. For more information, visit www.parvus.com.