During the 37th Space Symposium in Colorado, Springs, Colorado, Aitech will be presenting their new space innovations, which heavily incorporate COTS technologies for scale and cost-efficiencies at Booth #307.
The company will be showing…
- S-A6640: space-rated managed Ethernet switch that lowers costs and significantly improve time-to-market for several mission types, from smallsat constellations to manned missions
- SP0-S: Aitech’s flagship low power, radiation-hardened, fully characterized space-qualified 3U CompactPCI SBC successfully deployed throughout all orbit levels
- S-A1760 Venus™: NVIDA-based AI GPGPU supercomputer is smallest, most powerful, space-rated subsystem available, reaching 1 TFLOPS of processing
- S999: most compact, highest density storage unit available for space with up to 1 TBytes in 2.5-inch solid state drive (SSD)
These new space products are part of the company’s Space Digital Backbone (DBB) infrastructure that provides a unified, connected and scalable communication infrastructure for the increasing number of digital technologies being implemented throughout space electronics.
With 40 years of experience, Aitech is a global digital electronics product manufacturer with expertise in providing reliable, rugged embedded systems for the harshest, most unforgiving environments in military, aerospace and space applications. We enable the world’s leading companies to expand their most revolutionary explorations and push the boundaries of innovation across sea, land, air, and space. Aitech provides COTS products based on multiple open standard architectures, including SOSA, FACE, VPX, CompactPCI, etc., such as single board computers, I/O, memory and graphics boards, PMC/XMCs and sub-system enclosures, with over 100,000 boards and custom integrated systems delivered to take on the most challenging projects in the harshest environments and succeed. As a pioneer in space applications, Aitech offers proven space pedigree with trillions of miles flown in a variety of space missions without a single failure.