That's a kernel panic. Have a look at the link below so that you get the panic report and paste it here.
It should offer some clues as to the cause of the crash and it's likely someone here will be able to assist troubleshooting.
Yes, it's a kernel panic. They are generally hardware related, often due to faulty RAM.
What is a Kernel Panic?
More details here:
Useful article on how to avoid and eliminate kernel panics here: