VoyagerVMX

Small form factor virtualization server module with Intel® Xeon® processing power

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Virtualization technologies have changed the deployment models of many common server-based applications. Klas Telecom has developed the VoyagerVMX platform as a modular system based on a common carrier board with an expanded set of physical interfaces, such as Ethernet, Console and DisplayPort/HDMI. VoyagerVMX is a small form factor virtualization server module for use with VMware ESXi, Citrix XenServer or Microsoft Hyper-V. Deploy data-center-grade compute and up to 32 GB of RAM to the tactical edge with a single, low SWaP VoyagerVMX.

VoyagerVMX Brochure

Virtualization technologies have changed the deployment models of many common server-based applications.

Key Features

  • COM Express CPU module supporting Xeon Broadwell architecture
  • Klas-designed COM Express carrier board
  • Sealed rugged enclosure with conduction
  • Supports VMware ESX/ESXi, Citrix XenServer and Windows Server Hyper-V hypervisors

Specifications

Physical

  • 7.4” W x 6.3” L x 2” H (188 x 160 x 52mm)
  • 3.4 lb / 1.55 kg

Electrical

  • 10-28 VDC input
  • 48 VDC Input for PoE
  • Power consumption varies with CPU and system configurations from 25-65 W

Construction

  • Aluminum chassis with integrated cooling for fanless operation
  • External fan for increased cooling and increased temperature range

Operating Temperature Range

  • 0 to 40 °C

Storage Temperature Range

  • -30 to 85 °C

Ports

  • 6 x 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet interfaces including two with IEEE 802.3af PoE
  • 2 x USB 2.0 interfaces
  • 2 x USB 3.0 interfaces
  • RJ-45 console port with hypervisor access
  • Voyager Ignition Key (VIK) optional removable storage for hypervisor and/or configuration data
  • DisplayPort++ for digital audio and video (HDMI, DVI and VGA supported via adapters)

CPU

  • Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1278L v4

RAM

  • 16 or 32 GB DDR3 options

Management

  • IPMI / Intel AMT

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