High Density Solid State Memory for Avionic Network Applications
Agency / Branch:
DOD / NAVY
In their current state, memory density and its associated packaging costs will be a limiting factor in supporting the various Network Centric Warfare (NCW) mission capability packages that tomorrow's aircraft will be asked to perform. Any rugged memory platform, whether it is currently being developed or is a future revolutionary technology, will need to increase density to accommodate the need. The goal is to provide 5 to 10 times today's memory capacity and be able to operate in harsh military environments and provide features such as safe memory management, high speed network connectivity and long term reliable operations. There are several diverse and innovative technologies that are currently evolving that have the promise of satisfying these mission needs during the three-phase SBIR program. This SBIR Phase I study will investigate the advancement paths of a diverse group of memory technologies in the context of refined DoD requirements. Further, this study will focus on identifying which of these advancements could best meet the needs and how the DoD may be able to influence the direction of such advancements.
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