Collect Multiple 100 Gb/s Streams
- Supports 100 Gb/s Ethernet
- Virtually Unlimited Storage/Capacity
- QSFP Optical Interfaces
- Multiple Expansion sites for additional I/O
- Standards Based: Industry Standard Architectures and commodity SSDs
- Internal Architecture provides 64GB/s bandwidth per RST
- Built for Rugged, MIL-STD-810H environments
The TRS-X was developed under a SBIR for an urgent need within the Intelligence Community of being able to collect large volumes of sensor network data over multiple channels, each at 100Gb/s. This is highly desirable for mobile, semi-mobile, and fixed EW/ISR environments. Designed with scalable architecture, the TRS-X supports a range of applications within the ground, sea, and air domains.
Designed for Speed
Uncompromising performance, unmatched expandability: the TRS-X delivers up to 100 Gb/s of data collection per channel, and two channels per chassis. One TRS-X system can collect multiple channels of 100GbE network data by ganging together processing chassis and storage capacity.
Designed for Capacity
Writing data at 100 Gb/s requires vast amounts of storage: a two-channel system collects up to 90 TB per hour while a 4-channel system collects twice that. The TRS-X has a high capacity, high-speed Removable Storage Tray (RST) that can handle two 100GbE channels and that comfortably supports over 180TB of storage, which may be daisy-chained to secondary RSTs for additional capacity. Four-channel systems will need to have dual chassis and dual RSTs (each of which supports daisy-chaining) due to the rate and amount of storage required.
Designed For Growth
Everything in the TRS-X has been designed to provide a flexible platform for current and future requirements. A standard dual channel TRS-X system comes with a 2U server chassis and one 1U RST. You can scale up to more channels by adding additional processing and storage (RST) subsystems.
Designed For Use
The TRS-X is a truly open system, running mainstream COTS software (Red Hat Enterprise Linux), including the Ampex TuffServ recording application (ACCE). This architecture delivers a solution that is accessible to third-party developers so that application-specific software can be added to the system by integrators and/or end users.
Information assurance and cyber threat prevention strategies are available on the TuffServ platform, facilitating its acceptance in critical or sensitive environments.
SWAP-C RUGGEDIZED VARIANT (Under Development)
For more rugged applications (such as for use in pods or similar space-constrained environments), the TRS-X offers a direct migration path to a TuffServ device supporting the same hardware and software interfaces and using the same modularity.