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Cyberchron spins off from C-Systems Corporation! - April 2014
Cyberchron has separated from C-Systems Corporation and is now an independent company known as Cyberchron Rugged Systems Corporation. All product, personnel and contact information remain unchanged - all previous systems are still supported and all warranties and service arrangements remain in place.

Cyberchron Rugged Systems and Harris Corp. Team again on the US Navy HYDRA system! - August 2010
Cyberchron has again teamed with prime contractor Harris to continue to provide ruggedized Oracle/SUN UltraSPARC T2 Servers for the US Navy HYDRA program. The HYDRA program utilizes Cyberchron's CRS-T5120 rugged rackmount server, suitable for use on all platforms, to provide continuous monitoring and control of a classified application. The system consists of an UltraSPARC T2 processor, 4 SATAII Solid State Disk Drives in a RAID configuration, DVD-R/W slot drive and SOLARIS 10, all integrated into a single ruggedized short depth (20") rackmount unit. The system has been designed to operate reliably in a high shock and vibration environment over an exceptionally wide temperature range.

Cyberchron Rugged Systems Awarded Full Rate Production Contract for the OPMA Workstations by U.S. Navy! - October 2009
Cyberchron has been awarded a contract by the Naval Surface Warfare Center to provide full production ruggedized workstations for the Organic Post Mission Analysis (OPMA) program. The OPMA Workstation (Product Designation: CRS-5000 under the Workstations & Servers section) is a custom 'lunchbox' style system that incorporates dual 20.1" high resolution color displays, a super high performance graphics subsystem, and dual XEON Dual-Core processors. The OPMA Workstation, suitable for use on the MH-60 Airborne Minesweeper and all LCS Class warships, provides continuous monitoring and analysis of mine detection and neutralization. The system consists of a server class dual processor card, dual network interfaces, a multi-drive Terrabyte RAID5 subsystem and dual high performance displays all integrated into a single ruggedized and transportable unit. As with all Cyberchron products, the system has been designed to operate reliably in a high shock and vibration environment over an exceptionally wide temperature range.

Cyberchron Rugged Systems Awarded OPMA Workstation Contract by U.S. Navy! - July 2007
Cyberchron has been awarded a contract by the Naval Surface Warfare Center to provide ruggedized workstations for the Organic Post Mission Analysis (OPMA) Workstation program. The OPMA Workstation (Product Designation: CRS-5000 under the Workstations & Servers section) is a custom 'lunchbox' style system that incorporates dual 20.1" high resolution color displays, a super high performance graphics subsystem, and dual XEON Dual-Core processors. The OPMA Workstation, suitable for use on the MH-60 Airborne Minesweeper and all LCS Class warships, provides continuous monitoring and analysis of mine detection and neutralization. The system consists of a server class dual processor card, dual network interfaces, a multi-drive Terrabyte RAID5 subsystem and dual high performance displays all integrated into a single ruggedized and transportable unit. As with all Cyberchron products, the system has been designed to operate reliably in a high shock and vibration environment over an exceptionally wide temperature range.

Cyberchron Rugged Systems and Harris Corp. Team again on the AN/PSQ-501(V2)! - January 2007
Cyberchron has again teamed with prime contractor Harris to continue to provide ruggedized workstations for the Portable Adaptive Test System (PATS) program. The PATS program utilizes Cyberchron's CRS-2500 Workstation, suitable for use on all platforms, to provide continuous test and monitoring of a classified application. The system consists of an UltraSPARC version of the CRS-2500 with attached Portrait-15 rugged display and CRX-101 rugged SUN keyboard, all integrated into a single ruggedized and transportable unit. The system has been designed to operate reliably in a high shock and vibration environment over an exceptionally wide temperature range. It has been awarded the type classification AN/PSQ-501(V2).

Cyberchron Rugged Systems and Lockheed Martin Team on the MK30 Mod 2 ATS! - January 2006
Cyberchron has been selected by production contractor Lockheed Martin to continue to provide ruggedized computers for the Anti-Submarine Warfare Training Target System (ATS) program. The MK30 Mod 2 ATS program utilizes a special version of Cyberchron's CPC-5600i suitable for use on all naval surface, subsurface and aircraft platforms, to launch and control special versions of the MK30 target simulator. This system provides training for crews on all platforms to employ their sensors and weapons systems in operationally realistic scenarios!

Cyberchron Rugged Systems and Boeing continue a ten year relationship on the AHWCS! - December 2005
Cyberchron and Boeing continue to team up to provide ruggedized computers for the Advanced Harpoon Weapons Control System (AHWCS) program. The AHWCS program utilizes a special version of Cyberchron's CPC-5600i suitable for both shipboard and helicopter platforms, with over a hundred systems supplied to date and deployed around the globe. This long-term relationship exemplifies Cyberchron's commitment to excellence in ruggedized systems, such as Cyberchron's AN/UYK-108 Submarine Message Buffer deployed on all US Navy submarines back in 1990 - and all still in service today!

Cyberchron Rugged Systems and Raytheon Team on the AN/BSG-1! - January 2005
Cyberchron and Raytheon team up to provide ruggedized computers for the AN/BSG-1 Weapon Launch System (TLAM-N) program. The AN/BSG-1 program utilizes a special version of Cyberchron's CPC-5600i to provide a stand-alone Portable Launch System (PLS) for the Tomahawk Land Attack Missile - Nuclear (TLAM-N) for SSN class submarines, with approximately twenty systems supplied to date.

Cyberchron Rugged Systems and Lockheed Martin Team on the MEWSS Program! - July 2004
Cyberchron and Lockheed Martin team up to provide ruggedized Mass Storage Units (MSU) and multi-year supportability for the US Marine Corps Mobile Electronic Warfare Support Systems (MEWSS) program. The MEWSS program utilizes two different special versions of Cyberchron's MSU Data Storage System, including special nitrogen-purged and sealed data storage assemblies, with over a dozen systems supplied to date.

Cyberchron Rugged Systems flies on the Space Shuttle! - January 2004
Cyberchron and Boeing team up to provide the HYGEIA payload computer for the Space Shuttle. The HYGEIA payload computer which flies in the cargo bay in the WORF rack, is a special version of Cyberchron's CPC-5600i, and controls a vital Defense Department payload.

Cyberchron acquired by C-Systems Corporation! - July 2003
Cyberchron has been acquired by C-Systems Corporation and is now a separate division known as Cyberchron Rugged Systems. All product, personnel and contact information remain unchanged - all previous systems are still supported and all warranties and service arrangements remain in place.

Cyberchron Rugged Systems and General Dynamics-AIS Team on the Stargazer Program! - January 2003
Cyberchron and GD-AIS team up to provide ruggedized computers for the Stargazer program. The Stargazer program (classified application) utilized two different special versions of Cyberchron's CPC-1500, with over a dozen systems supplied to date.

Cyberchron Rugged Systems and Harris ISD Team on the AN/TMQ-43! - February 2002
Cyberchron and Harris ISD team up to provide a rugged, transportable tactical weather station for all US Air Force tactical fighter wings. Type classified as the AN/TMQ-43, special versions of Cyberchron's CPC-5500s and CVC-4000 have been deployed in over 250 locations around the globe.

Cyberchron Rugged Systems and PointMedia team up! - January 2002
Cyberchron and PointMedia team up to provide interactive television screens for retail gas pumps. The television-like screens, called PointTV TM , play news, sports, weather, advertising and other information for gasoline customers while they pump their own fuel.

Cyberchron Rugged Systems and Harris RF Team on the AN/URC-131! - August 2001
Cyberchron and Harris RF team up to provide rugged shipboard systems for HF Radio communications for the US Navy. Type classified as the AN/URC-131, special versions of Cyberchron's CPC-1200 and CPC-1500 have been deployed on over 50 US Navy warships around the globe.

New Contact Information for Cyberchron Rugged Systems– May 2000
With the establishment of the new “911” system throughout the Hudson Valley region, many addresses are changing. Effective immediately the address for Cyberchron Rugged Systems is as follows:

Mailing Address = PO Box 160, Cold Spring, NY 10516
Shipping Address = 2700 Route 9, Cold Spring, NY 10516

Because of the increased demand in the 914 area code, our area is running out of telephone numbers, necessitating an additional area code. The change of area code from 914 to 845 for the Hudson Valley region will begin with “PERMISSIVE DIALING” on June 5, 2000. This is a “grace period” during which callers may reach Cyberchron Rugged Systems by dialing either the 914 or 845 area code. “MANDATORY DIALING,” which means callers must use the 845 area code or the call will not be completed, begins on December 4, 2000.

Tel = (845) 265-3700
Fax = (845) 265-3752

Cyberchron Rugged Systems makes it to Hollywood – January 2000
Cyberchron Rugged Systems was recently involved in a project that brought their products to the big screen. While preparing for the filming of a movie, Mountain High Productions and Columbia Pictures approached Cyberchron with their need for rugged computer and electronic equipment. While on-location in the mountains of New Zealand, they needed equipment that could withstand the harsh conditions of the region while also providing a realistic look to the scenes. Cyberchron responded with an array of demo units (laptops, portables, workstations, displays, and keyboards) that aided in the production and served as props for this exciting movie, "The Vertical Limit". Check out the Base Camp tent scenes - they showcase a host of Cyberchron Rugged Systems!

"The Vertical Limit" is an action-packed adventure set against the treacherous K-2. The world’s second highest peak, K-2 is a place of ice and snow, bitter winds and sharp, unforgiving rock. When a group of climbers lead by Nicholas Lea (X-Files’ Alex Krycek) and an inexperienced billionaire (Bill Paxton, Twister) become trapped in a vertical cave, it’s a race against time for a young climber (Chris O’Donnell, Batman and Robin) to rescue the summit team, which also includes his sister (Robin Tunney, End of Days).

Directed by Martin Campbell (Mask of Zorro and GoldenEye) "The Vertical Limit" is an electrifying suspense story, as exhilarating as the wild landscape of K-2 itself.

Available on DVD & VHS!


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