Trenton offers rugged system components designed to exceed the most complex computing requirements in the harshest of military conditions.
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Trenton Systems is a US manufacturer of rugged and reliable...
Trenton Systems is a US manufacturer of rugged and reliable military servers for mission-critical applications.
Experience true ruggedness meets modularity with Trenton Rugged Blade Servers. Trenton's Blade Servers are available in 1U and 2U form factors and can house up to four removable server blades with either Dual Intel Xeon Scalable Performance or single Core I Series CPUs.
HTS tentiQ is the military shelters division of Röder HTS...
HTS tentiQ is the military shelters division of Röder HTS Höcker, a world leader in the design, manufacture and supply of temporary structures.
The range of aircraft hangars and maintenance shelters are the largest military shelter we supply, with the standard range going up to 60m in width, 14m roof height and customised ranges going up to widths of 70m. They are strong and durable with high snow and wind tolerances and relatively easy to transport and install.
The HTS tentiQ Military P-Shelters were designed specifically for fast, economical deployment and easy, quick set up without needing any experience, knowledge or tools to do so.
TACO Antenna is one of the pre-eminent manufacturers of engineered...
TACO Antenna is one of the pre-eminent manufacturers of engineered solutions for antenna-based communication in the world.
The patented design of our dual frequency 2.4 & 5.8 GHz circularly polarized Wi-Fi antenna transmits maximum energy in one direction. It’s the ideal solution for counter-drone, anti-drone, elevator shafts and tunnels, mesh networks, WiMax, ISM, VOIP, video surveillance, downtown corridors, parking lots, wireless security cameras and warehousing.
TACO’s high gain UHF SATCOM antenna is designed for rapid deployment communications. The SAT-MP-320 covers the entire frequency band 240-400 MHz with a peak gain of 11 dBi.