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Rugged workstation for military market

MaxVision : 22 April, 2009  (New Product)
The MaxPac 8040SVW provides law enforcement and military personnel with rugged video workstation for extreme environments
MaxVision has unveiled the MaxPac 8040SVW, a rugged high-performance military video workstation at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Military and Government Video Summit. The MaxPac SVW is available with one or two high-resolution, integrated LCD panels, Intel's new Core i7-965 Extreme Edition and a choice of professional video capture cards supporting Standard Definition (SD) and/or High Definition (HD) inputs. The MaxPac SVW enables 'in-the-field' video encoding, capture and streaming in extreme environments such as high temperatures and fine desert dust.

MaxVision specialises in the development and manufacturing of high performance, rugged portable computers, enabling them to operate in 0 - 50° Celsius temperature ranges, handle transportation shocks and drops and eliminate dust or fine desert sand intrusions. A variety of video and audio input devices, such as InfraRed (IR), night vision and High Definition cameras can be used to stream live footage in real-time, providing in-the-field flexibility required by military and emergency responders.

The MaxPac 8040SVW2, uses Intel's Core i7-965 (3.2 GHz) CPU (previously codenamed Nehalem), 6GB of DDR3 RAM, two removable 3.5in hard drives totaling 3TB of storage, dual integrated LCD monitors and an award-winning HD video encoding card.

"Because of MaxVision's proven 'in-the-field' portable computers and close relationship to our military customers, we are pleased to participate in NAB's Military and Government Video Summit," said Bruce Imsand, MaxVision's founder and CEO. "By working with the best-of-class providers, we are able to provide the highest-performing COTS technology in the advanced packaging our Armed Forces need today."

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