Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp. (ADDC), announced today the production of the BioDigitalPC® Deployable Data Center (DDC) which meets mil specs for immediate military deployment, disaster recovery and first response, crisis management, data server mobility and computational preservation. The DDC is a first-of-its-kind, highly dense computing package encased in a typical rugged Pelican Case housing 24 dedicated servers and enough battery power to run for 4 to 6 hours without an external power source. The DDC, when fully packed with 24 servers, weighs just under 30 pounds (batteries included) and is rugged and dust resistant. Dual domain and tempest versions are available for custom orders.
The DDC allows 24 ADDC BioDigitalPC® Server Cards to be inserted and routed according to the highest and most secure standards. The BioDigitalPC® Server Cards comes in several different models ranging from dual core to quad core and from 2GB to 8GB of DDR3 RAM per card. The high end of the DDC comes with 192GB DDR3-1600, 96 fully virtualized x86 AMD or Intel cores running between 1.0Ghz and 2.0GHz, and super fast 3TB, on-board SSD. Each server comes equipped with a fully functional 10/100/1000 Ethernet NICs with PXE enabled.
“Our DDC is one of the most revolutionary strategic advances for organizations which require their data center to be portable,” said Michael Arnouse, CEO of ADDC. “This case can run off a 12V automobile power system and give unparalleled service to mobile units which are deployed into the worst possible conditions.”
Power usage tops off at just 360 Watts for a fully loaded unit, meaning that a typical auto energy systems may power more than one DDC at a time. Connecting the PDC to a micro-cell site, or other radio broadcast systems, enable hundreds of individual nodes to obtain information or cloud connectivity.
Through the use of virtualization the DDC may deploy as many as 400 virtual servers with extremely flexible storage options. The ADDC BioDigitalPC® Server Cards will run nearly all of the most popular operating systems including Windows Server, Hyper-V, VMware, CentOS, Ubuntu and a host of others.
About Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp.
Arnouse Digital Devices Corporation (ADDC) was founded in 2002 by Michael Arnouse to create a new, revolutionary, interchangeable compute platform which gives users an unprecedented level of flexibility, compute power, small size, low power use and ultra-high security. Currently, ADDC includes four locations throughout the east and west coasts, as well as representation in over 57 countries. ADDC has been granted 17 utility patents, with three pending in the areas of pluggable computing and the surrounding ecosystem. ADDC is fully committed to provide the world’s best computing solutions for traditional and harsh environments that enable people, government and businesses to excel in productivity and abilities. ADDC products are proudly
Made in the USA.
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