Trenton Systems paired its BAM Server with three ruggedized JBOD enclosures containing, in total, 72 of NGD Systems' 32TB NVMe computational storage SSDs, or 24 drives each, making for quite the high-capacity NVMe storage array. The complete solution was housed in a SWaP-optimized, short-depth rack, ready to be rolled on and off the ISR aircraft in seconds. And to enhance snowmelt resistance, Trenton conformally coated the system's components in-house.
The BAM Server, its JBOD enclosures, and NGD Systems' NVMe CSDs are designed, manufactured, assembled, tested, and supported by Trenton Systems and NGD Systems, respectively, in the United States of America. Trenton solutions are known for having an up-to-15-year life cycle, strict revision control, customizable BIOSes, and lots of PCIe slots.
The solution outlined in this case study and other Trenton Systems solutions are SWaP-optimized and cybersecure with hardware, firmware, and software protections, including secure supply chain practices and procedures, a Counterfeit Protection Program (CPP), supplier quality surveys, comprehensive software security suites, FIPS 140-2 drive encryption, firmware-, memory-, and CPU-level anti-tampering and secure code signing fortifications, and much more.
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