ICs and Microelectronics

New SAASM Server Provides Immunity for Mission Critical and Defense Markets

21 September 2017

The SyncServer S650. Source: MicrosemiThe SyncServer S650. Source: MicrosemiMicrosemi Corp. has introduced a new server that incorporates a selective availability anti-spoofing module (SAASM) for a secure, accurate and flexible platform for synchronizing mission-critical electronics systems and instrumentation for the defense market.

The SyncServer S650 is designed for use by the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) and other government agencies that need to incorporate a military-grade, GPS SAASM receiver module. Microsemi says this allows U.S. armed forces to deploy features of the server in a military-grade configuration including applications such as satellite communications or defense operational infrastructure.

The server is designed to generate precise time and frequency signals to synchronize high bandwidth mission-critical communications systems and critical infrastructure requiring the highest levels of security support.

The SyncServer S650 is slated for availability in December 2017.

To contact the author of this article, email peter.brown@ieeeglobalspec.com

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Re: New SAASM Server Provides Immunity for Mission Critical and Defense Markets
2017-Sep-21 5:55 PM

Until it gets compromised, as in hacked.

It's not a matter of if, it's a matter of when.

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