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NCS Roundup Thoughts for Modern Day Marine

Posted by Katie Callahan on Sep 20, 2019 9:10:58 AM

HP 3D Printing and NCS Rugged Servers Generated Strong Interest

The NCS Booth #2416 was crowded all week with interested folks from the Marine Corps, Navy and DoD exploring our HP 3D Printing and NCS custom rugged servers solutions showcased at Quantico Marine Base, Lejeune Field, Virginia.

On the 3D Printing side, we had on display the HP Jet Fusion 580 Color 3D Printer, as well as experts from HP and NCS, all busy answering the constant questions that came our way. Likewise, NCS had two custom rugged servers on display, which generated a lot of interest from Navy folks who were intrigued by our experience delivering servers for surface ships and submarinesmoderndaymarinebooth.

NCS & HP: Partners in 3D Printing

NCS sells the compact HP Jet Fusion 580/380 Color and HP Jet Fusion 4200/5200 Printing Solution for industrial prototyping and final part production. One of the most important applications for 3D printing is nearly effortless prototyping. In addition, 3D printing speeds time to market by making certain production-level quality parts available more quickly. These parts may also be manufactured at lower cost. The combination of prototyping, speed and high quality increases business flexibility.

NCS collaborates with HP on some of the largest, most complex federal government contracts involving printers and PCs. The company has a strong track record of delivering value-added services and creating a high level of customer satisfaction.

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NCS Rugged Servers

At the show NCS featured a rugged 1U twin server and a 1.5U front I/O server, both custom designed for the Navy.

The servers are independently tested to insure they meet or exceed the rigorous military standards required for deployment on submarines. The servers use COTS components to deliver the latest in technology to the Navy while providing the best value. For deployment on submarines, surface ships, ground vehicles or aircraft NCS has the engineering and manufacturing expertise to deliver exactly what the mission requires.

Modern Day Marine was a tremendous success for us and we look forward to returning next year!

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Topics: Servers & Appliances, U.S. Government, rugged, military, software