Concurrent Technologies announced the launch of its Hermes high-performance plug-in card this April.
A press release said the product would be marketed to systems integrators. The Hermes card will also be used by the company for its system level products needing a high-performance processor. Hermes uses Intel’s recently-launched i7-13800HRE processor.
Concurrent Technologies told Armada that “one of the key target applications for Hermes is to act as the controller in systems that are focussed on cyber and electromagnetic activities. These systems are often designed to understand and exploit information in the wireless spectrum, and in the modern environment, this spectrum is highly congested making it more difficult to provide timely and accurate intelligence.”
Concurrent Technologies plc (LON:CNC) designs and manufactures a range of computing products for use in critical embedded applications. The Company was established in 1985 with the majority of products being high performance Single Board Computers (SBC’s) based on Intel® CPU technology.