Taiwan, September 11,
In said exhibition, they will highlight 19-inch solutions for encrypted communication and the integration of ecosystems
DFI, a global leader in embedded boards and industrial PCs (IPC), will collaborate with Hectronic, its partner for embedded computing systems solutions, to debut at Defense and Security Equipment International (DSEI), the largest defense and security technologies exhibition of the world. DFI will not only present its customized 19-inch encrypted communication product, developed together with Hectronic, but will also carry various robust products, such as embedded motherboards, SOM solutions and industrial systems. This collaboration not only demonstrates the R&D prowess of both companies, but also highlights the achievements in strengthening the application ecosystem. According to Alexander Su, president of DFI, rugged products are versatile due to their high stability, which allows them to be integrated in various applications in the defense sector, such as control systems, missiles or radars, interface and control displays, etc. Thanks to its years of dedication to the defense industry, DFI boasts an extensive line of robust products and is known as a leader in the sector. DFI and Hectronic Collaborate on Encrypted Communication Devices to Improve Security with TPM Integration Custom 19-inch encrypted communication device, jointly developed by DFI and Hectronic, addresses information security and features an innovative intrusion detection design . It comes equipped with a TPM module which meets international security requirements for secure and dedicated cryptographic processing, thus reinforcing the security of the device. In addition, the range of robust products exhibited by DFI, apart from meeting the general specifications for military products , such as wide temperature ranges, great stability and a versatility of integrated interfaces, will also present solutions that enable edge computing applications. This includes the newly introduced ECX700-AL industrial box PC and new SOM solutions such as the TGU9A2, TGU968 and others in the TGU series, equipped with powerful Intel 11th generation processors. Now that many new technological developments are emerging such as drones and artificial intelligence, the demand to improve military equipment will continue to grow among countries. According to research by Research and Markets, a global research center, the global defense market is expected to reach $838 billion by 2031, with an average annual growth of 5.8% between 2021 and 2031. Looking at the potential of the defense market, this exhibition has attracted more than 230 first-time participants, such as DFI, and includes more than 2,800 suppliers in total from the defense sector. For more information: https://www.dfi .com/, LinkedIn or contact the company.
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