Cubic Subsidiary Unveils 2 Mobile Virtualization Servers; Mike Barthlow Comments

Cubic logoCubic Corp. subsidiary has rolled out two virtualization servers designed to operate in space-constrained, rugged or tactical environments.

DTECH Labs‘ new Mobile Modular Micro-Secure Enclave servers M3-SE-VSVR-P and M3-SE-VSAN-P are built to support hyper-converged infrastructure and multiple small-form-factor virtual machines, Cubic said Wednesday.

Mike Barthlow, vice president of secure networking at Cubic’s global defense segment, said DTECH developed the mobile servers to help organizations address mission requirements.

M3-SE-VSVR-P and M3-SE-VSAN-P are powered by Intel‘s Xeon and Core i7 processors with up to 32 gigabytes of random access memory and up to 20 terabytes of data storage capacity.

Cubic said both servers were tested and implemented as part of a strategic U.S. government program.

DTECH Labs, a business organization within Cubic’s global defense segment, builds deployable communication platforms for the government, military, emergency response and commercial sectors.

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