White Paper: Kontron
Choosing the right profile maximizes the value of pre-integrated systems, and provides a smart, streamlined design path for OEMs and developers. Pre-integrated systems based on COM Express Computer- on-Modules (COMe COMs) deliver a critical small form factor design advantage for a host of military and aerospace applications.
By offering a slate of upgradable, rugged options in a ready-to-use small form factor platform, systems capitalize on carrier board attributes blended with the flexibility of mezzanine options, enabling a powerful competitive advantage in mil/aero system design.
This informative whitepaper brings you the solutions to the always-present question of design vs. build and how to quickly and economically meet Proof of Concept (PoC) requirements. It also focuses on:
Evaluating Build vs. Buy Dilemma
Establishing Profiles Fuel Maximum Design Efficiency
Storage Profile, Situational Awareness Profile and Server Profile
Adding Flexible Value with XMC and mPCIe Mezzanines
Smart Profile Choices Keeping Pace with Mil/Aero Initiatives
Download this whitepaper to learn how the pre-integrated systems meet expanding military program application needs.
By: NUCLEUS RESEARCH
With ''Adaptive Insights'' companies of all sizes and industries can plan smarter, report faster and analyze better for transforming business performance. Companies needed adaptive insights to perform financial planning and analysis (FP&A) in a consistent and reliable way across the operations of its plants. The organizations uses SAP and Hyperion for global consolidation, but lackes a common tool to perform planning and analysis at the local level. Key features this descriptive whitepaper on ''Adaptive Insights'' focuses are: What are the key advantage of Adaptive insights? How can implementing an Adaptive Planning solution allow managers to create more concise, and accurate budgets and forecasts? How Adaptive Insights can provide better visibility, and the ability to analyze and understand value stream performance? How to evaluate Adaptive Planning based on your organization’s needs? How to quantify and calculate the ROI for company’s investment in its deployment of Adaptive Planning?
Aerospace companies have the constant need to continuously innovate the way they design, create, and produce their products and Product Lifecycle Management gives them the support of one comprehensive platform that allows them to do so. Those who have embraced Product Lifecycle Management as a part of their development processes have already seen an acceleration of 20% to 50% in the development time, along with the associated cost savings. This whitepaper provides insights on the main advantages and industry-wide implications of Product Lifecycle Management in the Aerospace arena, which mainly includes: Improved quality of supply Reduced design to manufacture time Improved responsiveness to service and maintenance
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