Case Study – March 2013
When the end-use of a computer is in a military submarine, that computer has to be designed to withstand shock events to military standards. Submarines, as war craft, are subject to high-levels of shock from collisions or nearby weapon detonation and a submarine computer
must… Read More
Providing our customers with a unique computer system solution is our core business, hence the phrase “Your Configuration.” But we also sell our systems under “One Part Number.” This can be a big benefit for customers with projects where multiple components are required to be placed in one rackmount configuration,… Read More
Rapid prototyping can be used to verify a design direction by testing specifications and components before committing resources. It can provide timely “proof of concept” products for review and final decision making. Rapid prototyping can help you meet a deadline if your customer suddenly backs up delivery schedules.
CP Technologies’… Read More
From the hot sands of Iraq to the harsh peaks of the Himalayas, there isn’t a hostile terrain on earth a properly designed and constructed ruggedized computer
can’t handle. While similar in function, a ruggedized computer differs from the standard desktop or laptop you use at home or the office… Read More