Crystal’s next gen rugged rackmount computer series

Crystal Group
announces the release of their redesigned rugged rackmount computer series
integrated with the latest Intel Xeon Scalable Processor family powered by Skylake.
Crystal Group is a leading designer and manufacturer of rugged computer

Representing the
next generation of Crystal Group’s rugged rackmount products, the new computer
series includes a host of robust enhancements such as substantially higher
compute performance, greater scalability, increased security, and even more
agility to adapt to changing technologies.

Crystal is taking
full advantage of the new Xeon Scalable Processor architecture to build their
next generation of rugged rackmount computers. These devices will be optimised
to withstand tough conditions such as shock, vibration, extreme temperature,
sand and dust under full CPU load.

Crystal’s updated
rugged rackmount computers featuring Intel Xeon Scalable Processing technology
utilise multiple cores of dramatically enhanced processing capability to
deliver greater CPU and GPU performance, reduced power consumption and an
improved power/performance ratio.

The new line of
rugged rackmount computers is ideal for a variety of applications requiring
high compute capability and performance in harsh environments including: Artificial
Intelligence (AI); Autonomous Vehicles; Communications; Monitoring and
Surveillance; Sensor Fusion; Signal Awareness; Situation Analysis; Spectrum
Analysis; and Video Recording.

The new Xeon class
rugged computer line-up will join the 6th and 7th Generation Core i7/i5/i3
equipped RE1218M and RE1312 rugged embedded computers, as part of Crystal
Group’s broad range of rugged computer solutions. These rugged rack mounted
products with the Xeon Scalable Processor technology will be available in the
fourth quarter of 2017.

For further
information, please visit the Metromatics website or call (07)

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