January 2, 2014

Space Micro Joins Consortium for Advanced Space Computing

Jan. 2 — Space Micro has joined the joint industry-government-academia consortium called CHREC. Headed by University of Florida, Dr. Alan George, CHREC is the Center for High performance Reconfigurable Computing Center.

Space Micro’s CEO David J. Strobel, expressing his pleasure with this new agreement and membership, commented, “Space Micro is at the forefront of advanced computing and processing for space and missile applications. This NSF consortium is renown for the advancement of novel techniques in high performance computing. Their research projects are directly in line with our IR&D, other R&D such as SBIRs and BAAs, and new radiation hardened space product roadmaps.”

About Space Micro Inc.

Space Micro celebrated its 11-year anniversary in 2013. As an engineering driven small business focused on technology advancement and product implementation, we have earned a strong reputation in the Space industry for innovative, affordable and high performance digital, RF communication and Attitude Determination sensor products.


Source: Space Micro Inc.

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