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Jul 20, 2017 Rugged Data Storage & NAS Computer with Intel Core i3/i5/i7

Modular, Built-to-Order Configuration
The MH70S is a modular turn-key storage PC which meets the requirements of storage intensive applications such as digital video recorders, content servers or NAS. It is designed for use in trains, trams or industrial environments.

Jul 18, 2017 Video: Fast Time-to-Market with Robust Built-to-Order Box PCs

A conduction-cooled, robust enclosure together with a scalable CPU board and a freely configurable I/O board - these are the features characterizing MEN's customized "off-the-shelf" box and display computers. The family of the modular box PCs from MEN is constantly growing and comprises standard versions for the transportation market, for industrial automation or for wireless communication and data storage.

Aug 30 - Sep 02, 2017 EXPO 1520, Moscow

Visit MEN, together with our Russian distributor Prosoft, at the Fourth International Rail Salon of Engineering and Technologies Expo 1520 in Moscow.

EXPO 1520 will be held in the city of Shcherbinka (Moscow) on the territory of the Experimental Ring of JSC Russian Railway Research Institute.

MEN at EXPO 1520 2015 in Moscow
Jul 17, 2017 menRDC Railway Data Center wins CNA Award for Innovation

MEN Mikro Elektronik received the CNA award for innovation for the development of a new computer platform for trains that meets the increased requirements for modularity and connectivity in the railway market. In the spirit of “Mobility 4.0”, the virtualization-enabled platform consolidates all data processing and communication on a train and in train-land communication. Advantages that were previously reserved for the office IT environment are now reliably working in railway applications.

Jul 10, 2017 When it Comes to High Performance: 16 Cores on 6U VMEbus with Intel Xeon D

The new multicore SBC A25 from MEN offers up to 16 independent CPU cores, a variety of I/O options and an FPGA-based VMEbus interface. The board is already used by the Swiss research institute CERN in the world's largest particle accelerator due to its extreme computing power.

16 Cores on 6U VMEbus with Intel Xeon D
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