We are proud to support all service branches of the United States Armed Forces along with allied nations with leading-edge rugged and reliable computing solutions, purpose-built for mission success.

Rugged Compute for Uncompromising Missions

We are a proud supplier to the US DoD and allied nations, providing best-in-class computing solutions to the modern warfighter. We know the unique challenges faced by government and industry alike in the defense space; we rise to meet those challenges head-on with a partnership business model laser-focused on meeting program requirements, timelines, and budgets combined with long-term program support and management. We are your mission partner, acting as an extension of your team.

Our rackmount server and embedded computing products are MIL-STD and DO-160 rugged with advanced thermal management for deployment and integration in any environment. All of our products are engineered with a standards-based approach utilizing open architectures and COTS technologies, and aligned to OSA/MOSA mandates.

Serving Those Who Serve Us

Enabling mission success for defense applications in austere environments with battle-proven rugged and reliable computing solutions.

U.S. Army

Next-Generation Combat Vehicles, Robotic Combat Vehicles (RCV) and Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV), Air and Missile Defense, Electronic/Cyber Warfare (EW/CW), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Force Protection, 360 Degree Situational Awareness (360SA), Embedded Edge AI, Hypersonics, Counter-UAS (C-UAS), C5ISR, Common Compute, Crew Station Compute, Sensor Integration, ATR, AiDTR/AiTR

U.S. Marine Corps

Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV), Advanced Reconnaissance Vehicle (ARV), ISR and C-UAS, Radar/EW

U.S. Navy

Cruisers (CG), Destroyers (DDG), Littoral Combat Ships (LCS), Submarines, ISR/ASW, Fixed-Wing Aircraft, Minotaur Mission Management System, Aegis Combat System, Self Ship Defense System (SSDS), Network Tactical Common Data Link (NTCDL), MQ-8C Fire Scout

U.S. Air Force

Predator and Reaper UAV Ground Control Stations (GCS), Electronic Attack (EA) aircraft, Gunships, Refueling tankers, Mission Networking and Secure Communications, High-Speed Networking, Voice over IP (VoIP) Communications, C5ISR, Virtualization

U.S. Coast Guard

Fixed-Wing Aircraft, Rotary-Wing Aircraft, Minotaur Mission Management System, ISR, Search and Rescue (SAR), Maritime Law Enforcement

U.S. Space Force

We do not currently have any active engagements but look forward to supporting the United States Space Force (USSF) in its vital national defense operations with space-hardened rugged computing solutions across all orbit levels

U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM)

Special Mission Aircraft, Close Air Support Aircraft, ISR Aircraft, Sensor Ingest and Data Fusion, High-Speed Networking, Avionics Computing, Mission Servers

Allied Nations Armed Forces (International)

All Systel products are ITAR-Free (not subject to ITAR restrictions). Supporting numerous international defense programs and customers through direct sales and foreign military sales (FMS). Countries include Australia, Canada, France, Germany, India, Israel, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, United Kingdom (UK)

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