Multi-channel 40 Gigabit or 10 Gigabit Ethernet Data Recorder

The Galleon 40 Gigabit or 10 Gigabit Ethernet Data Recorder is a very compact, high performance, ready to run Ethernet Data Recorder.

 

Key features include:

  • Ultra small: External dimensions from only 156 x 170 x 105 mm
  • Intel® XL710 (Forteville) 40 Gigabit or Quad 10 Gigabit Ethernet Controller
  • Up to two 40 Gigabit, eight 10 Gigabit or thirteen Gigabit Channels in a single unit
  • Up to 10TB Solid State Storage in field swappable modules
  • 800MB/s sustained recording speed (over 1GB/s peak)
  • Rugged Conduction Cooled and Air Cooled Design

 

The XSR Rugged 40 and 10 Gigabit Ethernet Data Recorder is designed to meet the most severe environmental conditions without compromising on functionality and performance. Its SWaP optimized design makes it ideal for use in small Unmanned Aerial and Ground Vehicles, Flight Test Instrumentation, Surveillance, High Definition Video Applications, Sensor Development and Testing, etc.

 

For ultimate performance, the Galleon 40 Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet Data Recorders utilize the latest Intel® Gen4 Core™-i7 Quad Core processor with up to 16GB DDR3 ECC SDRAM.

 

The Galleon XSR family of rugged Ethernet data recorders represents a breakthrough in ultra small, high performance data recording. Up to 10TB of removable solid state storage in a fully rugged, small conduction cooled unit is un-matched in the industry.

 

Although designed to be a ready to run COTS/MOTS 40/10/1 Gigabit Ethernet Data Recorder, the Galleon XSR is extremely flexible and expandable. 

 

Combinations of up to two 40 Gigabit Channels, eight 10 Gigabit Channels and thirteen Gigabit Ethernet Channels are possible. For the Gigabit Ethernet channels, both 1000BASE-T (copper) and optical interfaces are supported. For 10Gb and 40Gb, fully rugged MIL-DTL-38999 expanded beam optical connectors and Duplex LC interfaces with 850nm Multi-Mode fiber are supported.

 

The onboard GPS unit provides accurate timing information for timestamping of recorded mission data. IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is supported in hardware.