Aviation International News
September 5, 2013
Elliptical Mobile Creates Zero Shock Spinoff
By Kirby J. Harrison
Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) has launched Zero Shock Seating (ZSS), a spinoff company that is expected to “dramatically improve comfort, safety and overall performance” for various modes of transport, including aviation.
ZSS is a startup company based in Chandler, Ariz., with exclusive rights to negotiate ownership of a patented, semi-active suspension system. The technology substantially eliminates shock experienced by passengers in all vehicles by automatically adapting to both the driver’s body weight and changing levels of shock and vibration.
Market Watch – Wall Street Journal
August 21, 2013
Elliptical Mobile Solutions Introduces R.A.S.E.R. Agility in Row Cooling
Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) today announced it is introducing a dynamic new Micro-Modular Data Center product line that offers the agility to adapt to ever-changing density requirements in any data center environment both indoors and outdoors.
The R.A.S.E.R. Agility in Row Cooling solution offers flexible densities – from 2.5KW to 80KW per cabinet – with little to no additional engineering or building modifications. Operators can add additional cabinets with scalable densities within the same row without having to worry about how higher density cabinets will impact the rest of the data center.
July 8, 2013
Elliptical Mobile Solutions, LLC Announces Spin-Off of Zero Shock Seating, LLC
CHANDLER, Ariz., July 8, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Elliptical Mobile Solutions LLC, (EMS), today announced that its investors and board of directors have approved to spin-off Zero Shock Seating, LLC (ZSS), a new company that is expected to dramatically improve comfort, safety and overall performance within the automotive, performance racing, trucking, aviation, boating, shipping and defense industries.
Market and Markets
Modular Data Center Market Worth $40.41 Billion by 2018
According to a new market research report, “Modular Data Center Market (Micro Data Center, Data Center Retrofit; Datacenter Cooling Module; Power Module; Data Module; Generator Module]: Global Advancements, Market Forecasts and Analysis (2013 – 2018)“, published by MarketsandMarkets, the Modular Data Centers Market is expected to reach $40.41 billion by 2018 at a CAGR of 37.41% from 2013 to 2018.
Elliptical Mobile Solutions (EMS) is listed as a key player in the report..
Data Center Knoweldge
EMS: Big Data Crunching in a Small Package
By Jason Verge
Space tourism is closer than you think. And as government agencies sort out the safety implications of consumer space flights, they need to crunch a lot of scientific data without building a new supercomputer. Enter the micro-modular data center.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is using a mobile enclosure from Elliptical Mobile Solutions(EMS) for conducting sensitive research into the safety of space tourism.
FAA Selects Elliptical Mobile Solutions’ Data Center for Commercial Space Travel Research
Science fiction enthusiasts’ dream of commercial space travel is a little closer to becoming a reality thanks to the R.A.S.E.R. HD Micro-Modular Data Center, designed by Elliptical Mobile Solutions.
Phoenix Business Journal
Elliptical Mobile Solutions Develops Data Center for Space Travel Research
By Hayley Ringle
A Micro-Modular Data Center, designed by Chandler-based Elliptical Mobile Solutions is being used to the Federal Aviation Administration to research radiation exposure in commercial space travel.
The Storage Effect – All Things Storage
Crazy Storage Solutions for Space Travel?
By Dom Daninger, VP of Engineering at Seagate
Nor-tech, a Seagate Cloud Builder Alliance partner is doing some crazy cool things in the world of High Performance Computing (HPC) using our Seagate Enterprise Capacity hard drives and fellow Cloud Builder Alliance partner: Elliptical Mobile Solutions. Check it out:
Cloud News – The Latest on what’s Hot in the Cloud
Nor-Tech Facilitates Commercial Space Travel Research
Science fiction enthusiasts have long dreamt of the idea of commercial space flight, but providing tours outside of Earth’s atmosphere may be closer to reality than many think. There are a few challenges associated with bringing people to space at such a scale, with one of the core dangers being exposure to radiation. The first step in addressing this problem is doing research so that organizations can fully understand the risks and communicate them to commuters. The Federal Aviation Administration needed a high-performance computing solution to conduct its studies, which placed emphasis on reliability, security and storage capacity. The FAA turned to Nor-Tech, a Seagate Cloud Builder Alliance partner, todevelop technology for its research.
5 Data Center Trends for 2013
By Charles Babcock
Energy efficiency will continue to be a major focus of data center operations over the coming year, but that’s not all we’ll see…
Rise Of The Port-A-Data-Center
Speaking of Hurricane Sandy, another alternative type of data center (developed by Elliptical Mobile Solutions) located in Dulles, Va., bore the brunt of Sandy’s impact without going down…
“We experienced no hardware issues or alerts from our network operations center, nor did we find any issues with the unit leaking,” said Scot Killian, senior technology director of data center services at AOL in a report by Data Center Knowledge on Nov. 28.