Space Micro licenses CubeSat Space Processor (CSP) from CHREC at Univ. of Florida

San Diego, CA – Febuary 10, 2015 February 10, 2015 - Space Micro announced they have signed a licensing agreement with the University of Florida for a CubeSat Space Processor (CSP) single board computer card developed in collaberation with the NASA GSFC SpaceCube team and take that product to market, for both commercial and military/space applications.

Space Micro's CEO, David J. Strobel, commented, "This license enables rapid insertion into programs since the design is already validated and delivered. Since Space Micro focuses on the board and box business for space and missiles, this CubeSat Space Processor (CSP) card can easily be added to our product portfolio of over 14 space qualified cards, and to expand our penetration in the emerging and growing CubeSat market.”

Dr. Alan George, Director of the NSF Center for High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing (CHREC) at the University of Florida, where CSP was created, added “We are pleased to work with Space Micro in bringing this innovative design and product to maturity and the world space market.”