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Processor Module Has Built-in Cybersecurity

June 29, 2021
The OpenVPX HDS6705 processor module is designed to meet SWaP requirements while maintaining cybersecurity in the most hostile operating environments.

In keeping with recent U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) requirements for increased electronic system cybersecurity, Mercury Systems has developed its 6U-high, rack-mount, OpenVPX model HDS6705 processing module with secure but high-speed performance. Optimized for demanding size, weight, and power (SWaP) requirements, the process supports systems needing to apply artificial-intelligence (AI) capabilities in hostile operating environments. The multiple-function processing module is based on a scalable Xeon processor from Intel, the Gen 4 BuiltSECURE system secure engineering (SSE) IP, with integrated security to protect sensitive algorithms.

The HDS6705 processor module (see the figure) provides server-class performance in the most difficult operating environments and is designed for the longest-possible mean-time before failure (MTBF). Data remains confidential and consistent, due to an efficient design and architecture. Aided by a field-programmable gate array (FPGA) and as much as 192 GB of memory per module, the processor maintains stable operation even across wide operating temperatures and can support Ethernet fabrics at speeds to 100 Gb/s.

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