The Connected Battlefield Blog

Abaco Systems helps military and aerospace organizations minimize program risk and bring programs in on time and on budget. Our integrated, rugged systems solutions are based on a product range that includes single board computers, high performance embedded computing (HPEC), digital signal processing, GPGPU, image processing, sensor processing and avionics. We ally to those products our understanding of applications including ISR, EW, SIGINT, radar, sonar and 360 degree situational awareness. Our customers know that Abaco System brings industry-leading expertise and experience, together with broad and deep customer support.



Having It Your Way Is the New Way

Reconfigurable digital signal processing systems help ensure that embedded systems meet mission requirements—and at Abaco, we’re making it easier for customers to get exactly what they need.


U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagles

How 4DSP and a One-Stop Shop Make Life Easier

It’s been a few months since we welcomed 4DSP into Abaco’s fold. We’re thrilled with the enhancements the acquisition has brought to our portfolio—and our customers’ lives.


AT&T Picture Phone

Why Do New Products Fail?

For a new product to succeed, it must provide something customers truly need. And according to our customers, our new 40 Gig Ethernet–enabled SBC has that covered.


SWE540 6U OpenVPX

40 Gigabits/second Ethernet: It’s a Significant Step

Today’s demanding embedded computing applications have a need for speed, and our newest Ethernet switch meets that need like never before.



Abaco at the Intel AI Summit

Intel’s first-ever Nervana AI Summit was an exciting opportunity to explore the latest advancements in artificial intelligence, and to experience the technology’s transformative potential.


Abaco Systems

Building an Abaco to Be Proud Of

It’s been just over a year since Abaco Systems entered the marketplace. We’re proud of the value we’ve generated for our customers so far—and we’re looking forward to even greater advancements on the horizon.


AUSA Booth

AUSA Day Three: We “Get It,” It Seems

We wrapped up our final day at this year’s AUSA Global Force Symposium, and we’re ready to apply what we learned from discussions with Army leadership.


Abaco Booth at AUSA

AUSA Day Two: We’re Doing It Right

Throughout the second day of AUSA Global Force and at our evening reception, we heard from Army leadership about their biggest needs—and got some great feedback, too.


Embedded World 2017

Embedded World: We're Everywhere! (Almost)

On the first day of Embedded World, attendees saw the power and potential of our embedded computing solutions—both at our own booth and across the show floor.


AUSA Day One

AUSA Day One: Meeting and Learning

We're at AUSA Global Force 2017 in our home base of Huntsville, and we've had a great first day sharing our latest developments with customers and Army leadership.


AUSA Global Force

AUSA Global Force: Army Leadership Descends on Our Home Town

We’ll be at AUSA Global Force in our home town of Huntsville, Alabama, March 13–15, and we're looking forward to showing how our latest networking and high performance computer gear can help the Army meet any threat out there.



In SFO for the NVIDIA TX2 Launch

We joined the NVIDIA TX2 system-on-module launch in San Francisco to demonstrate our rugged small form factor solution—due later this year—which utilizes the latest NVIDIA technology.


Defense vehicle

COTS: Where the Defense Industry Leads, Others Follow

In the past, the defense industry was seen as behind the times. But now, between IP-based networking, COTS platforms and other cutting-edge innovations, its technology is leading the way.



Ethernet Switches: Different, but Now the Same

Tired of every Ethernet switch having its own software environment and way of doing things? So were we—so to improve productivity and avoid interoperability issues, we've come up with a better way.



FPGAs for Electronic Warfare: What a Difference in 10 Years

Electronic warfare technology has come a long way—and we're working hard to meet the demands of next-generation systems.