The complex future battlefield will require the ability for quick identification of threats in chaotic environments followed by decisive and accurate threat mitigation by lethal force or countermeasure. Integration and synchronization of high bandwidth sensor capabilities into military vehicles is essential to identifying and mitigating the full range of threats. High bandwidth sensors including Radar, Lidar, and electro-optical sensors provide real-time information for active protection systems, advanced lethality capabilities, situational understanding and automation. The raw sensor data from Radar systems can exceed 10 gigabytes per second and high definition video is currently at 4 gigabytes per second with increased resolution standards emerging. The processing and memory management of the real time sensor data assimilated with terrain maps and external communication information requires a high performance electronic architecture with integrated data management. GDLS has developed an advanced modular architecture that features high performance embedded computing communicating over high bandwidth backplanes and networks that enables the integration of advanced applications utilizing high bandwidth sensors. A high level description of the architecture with a focus on memory design and management will be provided.