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UPS FOR BURN-IN PROCESS

Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, introduces Crystal Group’s NEW UPS, to allow for a smooth burn-in process.

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RUGGEDIZED COTS TESTING

Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, discusses what “rugged” computing means to Crystal Group.

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EMC

Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, shows an example of how Crystal Group is able to partner with different technology manufacturers.

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CARBON FIBER Materials

Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, discusses Crystal Group’s rugged carbon fiber line.

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ALUMINUM BAR STOCK

Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, discusses the raw materials Crystal Group uses for their servers like aircraft aluminum computer materials.

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Fans in Rugged Systems

Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, discusses the significance of maintaining a cool and highly reliable system in your server architecture.

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RUGGED COTS WIRING CHANGES

Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, explains the importance of having the right wiring in ruggedized COTS products.

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CONFORMAL COAT AUTOMATION

Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, explains the importance of conformal coating in the ruggedized COTS industry.

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QUALITY STANDARDS

Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, discusses the importance of quality standards when choosing a rugged computer manufacturer.

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SWAP

Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, explains the importance of SWaP computing in both the industrial and military markets.