GSC6202 6U OpenVPX, SOSA-aligned, GPGPU Coprocessing Board

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Real-Time Processing with NVIDIA GPU Technology

The EnsembleSeries GSC6202 accelerators use massive parallel processing on streams of high bandwidth data to deliver some of the highest GFLOP processing performance for commercial and defense applications. Radar, electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR), artificial intelligence (AI), electronic warfare (EW) and sensor fusion applications that generate large amounts of raw sensor or network data can offload compute-intensive operations to the GSC6202 for real-time processing. System architects can engineer solutions that meet today’s processing demands — with room to scale for higher performance requirements in the future while preserving significant IP investment.

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By combining our OpenVPX multiprocessing and SBC modules with a complementary portfolio of storage, I/O, networking, GPUs, and software, we create customizable, rugged embedded subsystems that securely operate at the tactical edge.

FEATURES and RESOURCES
  • NVIDIA Pascal™ or Maxwell™ GPU processing through industry-standard GPU MXM cards
  • 5.8-12.8 TFLOPS, 16-32GB of GDDR5 and PCIe Gen 3 interconnects
  • C/C++ application development with OS OpenCL, NVIDIA CUDA
  • Advanced mechanical packaging enables successful rugged deployment of MXMs

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  • SOSA aligned and VITA 65 compliant
  • MOTS+ extreme environmental protection (optional)
  • Designed, built, coded and supported from trusted DMEA facilities
  • SOSA aligned and VITA 65 compliant
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FASTER DECISION-MAKING

Accelerate AI Anywhere

We bring the latest in processing technology directly to the sensor, so applications such as cognitive EW can use AI to identify new patterns in detected data and develop an appropriate response nearly instantaneously.

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