General Micro Systems Wins $88M Army Contract

Rancho Cucamonga-based General Micro Systems said this morning that it has won an $88M, military contract, for rugged server and display systems. According to General Micro, the contract was for the U.S. Army, and will be used within the Army's Type II medium mine protection vehicles (MMPV). General Micro says the systems are based on the Intel Xeon E5. The $88M contract is over three years.