David Lippincott, Chassis Plans
Implementing servers for harsh field-environment applications can be a complex task. Whether the location is a Navy ship, a desert tent, or a shelter in the Arctic, users need a ruggedized server that can function in a harsh environment. Users can achieve reliable system implementation by both focusing on design issues from the very beginning of the process and working with an established provider of ruggedized servers.
Though system software performance continues to be a critical factor, environmental issues will often determine the success or failure of integrated computing platforms in mission-critical applications. Accordingly, steps such as calculating the airflow, factoring in impedance, and filtering out the environment are vital to solving the equation.