The Mobyl Data Center SR-10 comes equipped with 10 BioDigitalPC® docking stations to form a cohesive, scalable server cluster. The MDC SR-10 comes protected in a rugged case, accompanied by a monitor. The MDC SR -10 monitor is useable in all lighting conditions because of it’s brightness and contrast controls. This design also allows for access to servers without any additional wire connections.

Each BioDigitalPC® in the MDC SR-10 is equipped with three 1 Gb NICs, which allows for a huge networking advantage. Connection to the internet is available through one 1 Gb or two 10 Gb Ethernet ports, capable of redundancy and link aggregation.



When completely scaled out, the MDC-22 allows for 22 BioDigitalPC®/MobylPC Server Cards containing 22 to 88 CPU cores, up to 352GB DDR4 RAM, up to 22TB of onboard ultra-fast NVMe SSD storage, and up to 32TB of optional storage.

The MDC-22 allows for hot swapping the batteries and BioDigitalPC®/MobylPC Server Cards.

The internal batteries will give you up to four hours of scaled out server uptime. Each battery has charging and capacity LED indicators. A 9.7″ LCD screen is available to aid in configuration.



The MDC-C5i is a 30lb. portable data center and cyber, command, control, communications, and computing solution holding 10 server cards connected with an internal L2 switch. The MDC-C5i has multiple options for connectivity including WiFi, 4/5G LTE with dual-simsupporting active failover, integrated GPS positioning, and Satellite/VSAT (optional). Each slot is connected to an integrated KVM attached to an on-board 15” monitor and allows for use of up to 4 USB devices. Each unit has 2×10 Gb SFP+, 1×1 Gb SWMGT, 1×1 Gb AUX, 1×1 Gb PWR MGT, 8×1 Gb POE. Made in the USA.



Bandwidth, delay, and performance issues have long been a source of constraint for many remote government users. Our nation relies on the health and security of not only our government’s critical information technology infrastructure, but in the communications tools as well. According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), two major challenges for the federal government today are protecting cyber critical infrastructure and securing federal systems and information.


The Trusted Internet Gateway (TIG) guards against intercepted transmissions and ensures fast, reliable, and secure communication. The TIG is designed to fully connect to a wide variety Wide-Area Network (WAN) technologies such as LTE, GSM, CDMA, and Satellite based systems to extend that private tactical edge securely over untrusted networks. Furthermore, the TIG is designed to integrate private / tactical LTE / GSM / CDMA cellular networks as well as tactical MANET radios (Persistent Systems, Silvus, TrellisWare) via the Local Area Networks (LAN) ports in to cover a large geographical area.