MaxPac X Class


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Personal Rugged Portable Briefcase Computer Workstation – The MaxPac X Class is designed for the highest performance and display requirements for extreme operating conditions. These are the most powerful, portable rugged workstations in the industry. Every X class product uses MaxVision's patented 'desert proven' air filtration system, patented box-in-box shock isolation chassis and unqiue airflow designs to support operating in 0 - 50° C temperature range. Our patented power subsystem supports the widest range of AC power and conditions and provides an optional UPS that eliminates abrupt power outages and handles dirty power from generators.

When you need the absolute best performance, anywhere in the world, you need a MaxPac X Class.

The X Class Family has grown and now comes in 2 varieties: The Original 8230X with Dual Quad Core Intel Xeon 54xx Series processors and 20.1" LCDs, and now The New 8241X with Dual Quad Core Intel Xeon 55xx processors (with Nahalem Technology) and 20.1" LCDs.

 




MaxPac S Class


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Compact Rugged Portable Computer Workstation – the highest performance compact rugged workstation available today. Ideal for the most intensive 'in-the-field' CPU and graphics processing requirements including geospatial analysis, HD video streaming, and engineering / design / animation disciplines. The MaxPac S class is perhaps the ultimate lightweight configuration for military intelligence and command and control (C4ISR) power hungry applications.




MaxPac M Class


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MaxPac® M Class Rugged Portable Briefcase Computer Workstation – is the most popular of MaxVision's rugged portabale workstations. It is perfect for web casting and communications applications.

 




MaxPac A Class


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The MaxPac® A Class is an entry-level rugged workstation for users requiring performance, expansion and capabilities that stretch beyond the limitations of rugged notebook or laptop computers. For instance, all MaxPac® A Class models have a ‘desert proven’ air filtration system and sufficient airflow for operation in 0-50° C. Additionally, users can choose between a high resolution LCD with or without a Resistive Touch Screen capability. All MaxPac® A Class configurations provide at least one PCIe-X16 slot and an open PCI expansion slot, multi-core CPU processors, an upgradable high-end 3D graphics adapter and the large memory and storage capacities that are typically required for intensive simulation and analysis, manipulation of satellite data sets and near-real-time mission assessment; tasks that are often performed by MaxVision clients.

 




MaxPac XL Class


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Rugged, easily deployable Large LCD video workstation / server - Designed specifically for applications requiring the ultimate in multiprocessor CPU performance, high-performance mass storage, high-performance video processing power, large displays, extensive option slots and portability for operations anywhere in the world. Unique data capture and interface technologies can be integrated easily into the XL model by the user or by MaxVision.




MaxPac MaxCube


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MaxCube® Compact Mobile Super-Server – the most feature rich, highest computing density, ruggedized mobile server available in the industry. The MaxCube is a compact transportable computer with unparalled processing power and storage capabilities in the volume of 1 cubic foot.

 



MaxPac MaxRax


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MaxVision products are also available in various industry standard 19" width rack form factors, such as the MaxRax and MiniRax models.

MaxVision specilizes in tackling the tough mobile, marine or aviation rack environment challenges. For instance, the MiniRax computer is the smallest rack mount 3D workstation in the industry, with a depth of merely 10" and a height of only 1U. MaxVision is excited to offer and position these COTS rack mount solutions:

MaxPac® MaxRax: A Vibration Isolated, Twelve CPU Workstation Array with AC or DC Input - The MaxRax 9210S3 is the first in MaxVision’s new MaxRax series of vibration isolated computer systems.

MaxPac MiniRax: The worlds smallest rackmount computer - The MiniRax 8000A provides an Intel Core2Duo CPU and an Nvidia Quadro FX Graphics card, along with other features, as a rack-mount 3D workstation for shorter 'transportation mobility' racks.

 




MaxPac TeraPac3


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TeraPac3® Portable Rugged Hard Drive Array Briefcase - The TeraPac3 portable storage expansion system is the most versatile removable hard drive storage expansion system for both MaxVision products and PC systems in general.

 



MaxPac HDPac


HDPac™ Removable Hard Disk Magazines -The MaxVision® HDPac™ is a family of 3.5” SATA hard drive magazines which allow either 2, 4 or 8 hard drives to be managed as a removable set. These magazines can be installed into the MaxPac® X Class, XL Class, MaxCube™ and the TeraPac®3 hard drive expansion chassis.

The HDPac™ is available in three sizes. The HDPac™2 supports two drives for redundant mirroring (Raid 1) or performance striping (Raid 0). The HDPac™4 supports four drives for either Raid 5 redundancy or Raid 0, streaming stripe performance. Finally the HDPac™ 8 provides a single eight drive removable magazine.

When a drive backplane is present, such as the TeraPac3, the MaxPac® XL Class or the MaxCube™, any combination of HDPac™s can be used so long as they add up to 8 or less drives. For example two HDPac™ 4s or four HDPac™ 2s could occupy an eight drive backplane. Not surprisingly, two HDPac™ 2s and one HDPac™ 4 magazines can fit into an 8 drive backplane.

All drives in a given magazine must be the same size to ensure proper RAID performance. Drives may be selected from 160GB, 320GB, 500GB, 750GB and 1TB 7200rpm SATA drives. This provides up to 8TB of raw storage in an HDPac™ 8.

Because of the value of the SATA hard drive technology and relatively low price of the HDPac™ system, HDPac™ s using Raid 5 redundancy are an excellent choice for data backup and even archive applications. Because all RAID setup data is storage on the drives within the HDPac™, they can be moved between systems without complications. There is no setup or format issues so long as MaxVision® supplied Raid controllers are used in the host computer.

HDPac™ s can be used on any system with an open PCI-X or PCIe x4 or larger slot. It does not have to be a MaxVision® portable system to be of value.

Using 16 channel RAID controllers, up to two HDPac™ 8s can be configured. Using two of these RAID controllers would allow up to four HDPac™ 8s providing a maximum of 32TB of RAW removable storage. Configured as Raid 5 systems, this provides 28TB of removable Raid 5 redundant storage.

HDPac™ 4 and HDPac™ 8 magazines can be transported using custom water tight transport cases which are designed to allow the units to survive being dropped in the water or dropped onto concrete from heights of over 3 feet.