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NCS Is a Supplier of Rugged Servers to the Military

Posted by Katie Callahan on Jan 9, 2020 3:18:59 PM

Built to Exacting Military Specification Standards

Our rugged servers are built to exacting military standards. To meet customer requirements, we test to very extreme conditions. As an example, to see how we achieved High Impact Mechanical Shock, Heavyweight, Grade A certification for two of our rugged servers, check out our video on MIL-S-901D barge testing on

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NCS manufactures and sells rugged servers, standard servers, appliances and engineering services solutions to the military, government civilian agencies and businesses. The NexServ RS110 1U rack mount rugged server used by the militrary is engineered to fit into tight spaces and endures harsh conditions. It meets MIL-STD-801G, MIL-STD-901D and MIL-STD-167 requirements. The RS210 version boasts a rugged 2U form factor that meets the same requirements.

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NCS Is Expert In Rack Integration

NCS expertise extends to rack integration. Our turn-key solution is used by the large system integrators serving the US military and in complex environments in both ship-based and shore-based data centers.  Rack integration requires unique skills in power load balancing, cable routing, and weight load balancing to ensure the safety and performance of the equipment.

Our rugged servers are on duty 24/7 at sea and on land, in tight spaces and harsh environments. Our COTS solutions are engineered to meet customer-specific goals whether it’s maximizing configuration flexibility, optimizing cost or other initiatives. NCS scalable services capabilities are able to address as little as a single server integration to multiple racks of systems cabled, tested and ready for deployment.

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To discuss our server portfolio, please call Gregg Buzzard at (571) 418-9120. To learn more about NCS servers and services capabilities, please go here. Or just click on the button below.

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