NASA Selects High-Performance Spaceflight Computing Processor

Future space missions will require more computing power.
Credit: NASA
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has selected Microchip Technology to develop a High-Performance Spaceflight Computing (HPSC) processor with “at least 100 times the computational capacity of current spaceflight computers.” The computer processor would be used for future space missions, including...
Garrett Reim

Based in the Seattle area, Garrett covers the space sector and advanced technologies that are shaping the future of aerospace and defense, including space startups, advanced air mobility and artificial intelligence.

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