Systel Launches Rugged Tablet Product Line And Fanless 2U Server

HOUSTON, May 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Systel, Inc., the leader in ruggedized computing for the energy industry, announced the launch of four new products at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) today. The new products include three rugged tablets in their new rugged mobile computing product line and a rugged 2U sealed, fanless rack mount computer.

Ideal for offshore, wireline, fracturing, MWD/LWD and field data acquisition oil and gas applications, Systel’s new products focus on mobility and functionality. The four new products being launched at OTC have the associated features and specifications as follows:

  • 8″ Rugged Atom Tablet (RT1000) – Intel Bay Trail processor, 4GB memory, runs Windows or Android OS, and has 700 nits sunlight readable display.  MIL-STD-810G and IP65 rated with operating temperature from -20 to 60 degrees C.  Optional functions include 3G, GPS, bar code scanner, MSR, smart card reader, and RFID.
  • 10″ Extreme Rugged Tablet (RT2000) – Intel Ivy Bridge i7/i5 processor, up to 16GB memory, operating temperature from -20 to 60C.  Sunlight readable and features 5 point projected capacitive touch screen.  MIL-STD-810G, MIL-STD-461F, and IP65 rated.  Dual hot swap batteries and wide variety of I/O including two USB 3.0 ports.
  • 11″ Rugged Tablet (RT3000) – Intel Haswell i7/i5/i3 processor and up to 8GB memory.  Capacitive multi-touch with water tolerant touch design (can be used while display is wet).  Lightweight and MIL-STD-810G & IP65 rated.  Integrated bar code scanner and wide variety of I/O including dual USB 3.0 ports.
  • Fanless 2U Rugged Rack Mount Server (IPC42320) – 13″ deep chassis is sealed against dust and features up to 4 removable SSDs, 32GB of memory and up to 3 add-in PCI/PCIe card slots. Features an Intel 4th generation core i7 processor, MIL-STD-810G shock and vibration certification and 0-55 degrees C operating temperature.

“The energy industry requires customized rugged technology that is easy to transport and use in extreme work environments,” said Aneesh Kothari, marketing manager at Systel. “By reducing dust intake and noise with the fanless rack mount server and increasing mobility and reliability with the rugged tablets, we can ensure our customers succeed in all of their mission-critical applications.”

Systel’s line of industry-leading, American-made rugged computers are built to withstand the extreme conditions of today’s energy industry. Its computers are custom designed to meet user specifications and are put through rigorous shock, heat, dust, vibration and other testing to ensure durability and success in the field. It is trusted by industry leaders whose work spans the globe.

“Our company has deployed solutions in Australia, Pakistan, Oman, Canada, Russia and other extreme environments. We chose Systel as our preferred partner for servers and touch panel computers because of their high quality, environmental specifications, rigorous testing, well thought-out design and excellent customer support,” said a senior engineer at an international drilling equipment manufacturer. “In our experience, Systel’s systems have excellent performance and stability; they’ve contributed to our success in all the customer projects where we have deployed their servers.”

Systel will be discussing the application and use of these new products and their other ruggedized technology during OTC at booth 3465. Systel customers will also be in attendance to provide real-world examples of the company’s products’ use in the field.

For more information, visit or contact Systel via email or phone 1-877-979-7835.

About Systel, Inc.
Systel, Inc. is a privately owned corporation founded in 1988. Systel designs and manufactures rugged computer and display solutions. Its systems are deployed worldwide in Defense, Oilfield Service Industries, Process Automation Systems and Telecommunications. The company has over 70 employees, and its headquarters and manufacturing facilities are located in Sugar Land, Texas. For more information, visit or contact Systel via email or phone 1-877-979-7835.

Brittney Garneau
Pierpont Communications
(713) 627-2223


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