HDS6605 6U OpenVPX Multiprocessing Board

Intel Xeon Scalable 22-core server-class CPU, 192 GB DDR4, 100 GbE, PCIe Gen3, MOTS+ protection

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Secure and Powerful - Mercury 5th Gen Intel Xeon Data Center Server Blade

The EnsembleSeries HDS6605 is a 6U OpenVPX server blade powered by Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor (formerly codenamed “Cascade Lake”), 40 Gb/s or 100 Gb/s Ethernet switch fabrics. This powerful server blade is available with MOTS+ technology for extreme environmental protection for deployment anywhere, and is SOSA-aligned for maximum interoperability and technology reuse.

The HDS6605 is the industry’s first OpenVPX server blade powered by Intel 2nd generation Xeon Scalable processors and built-in AI acceleration. A truly composable processing architecture that delivers data center processing capability to the tactical edge.

Designed for big data and AI processing, HDS6605 server blades create an elegant compute solution for complex on-platform C4I, AI, radar, sensor fusion and autonomous platform management challenges.
FEATURES and RESOURCES
  • Intel Xeon Scalable server-class CPU, 1.9 GHz, 22-core
  • Up to 192 GB DDR4-2666 SDRAM per blade
  • Up to 100 Gb/s Ethernet high speed switch fabrics
  • Gen3 PCIe co-processing and I/O expansion plane communications
  • MOTS+ extreme environmental protection
  • SOSA aligned and VITA 65 compliant
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Extreme processing performance

 

Give your application the most powerful embedded general processing power available. Powered by a 22-core Intel Xeon Scalable processor with Deep Learning Boost, which extends Intel’s Advanced Vector Extensions-512 (AVX-512), accelerates inference applications and other big data processing and AI applications. New embedded Vector Neural Network Instructions (VNNI) accelerators speed up dense computations, characteristic of convolutional neural networks (CNNs) and deep neural networks (DNNs), delivering up to a 14x improvement in inference performance compared to first-generation scalable processors.

 

Embedded Composable Data Center

HDS6605 data center server blades are the cornerstone of a truly composable high performance embedded edge computing (HPEEC) solution. When combined with other EnsembleSeries high-performance compute modules, including the latest data center GPU coprocessors, and interconnected with wideband, low-latency PCIe switch fabrics, your application leverages the power of a data center. These big data processing solutions can be tailored to your specific platform and deployed in the harshest and most SWaP-constrained environments.

Affordable, Interoperable and Upgradable

Deploy faster by building your next HPEEC processing solution with EnsembleSeries server blades. The HDS6605 is based on open architecture standards including Sensor Open System Architecture (SOSA) for interoperability, scalability and reuse. Drive affordability, performance and lower your program risk by using an architecture that evolves at the speed of technology, follows Intel’s technology roadmap and leverages commercial data center hardware, software and IP.

The Anatomy of a Rugged Blade Server

EnsembleSeries server blades use proven liquid and air cooling, rugged packaging and high-speed in-system switch fabric interconnect technologies that are open systems compliant and have a technology readiness level of nine (TRL-9). The HDS6605, available with 100 Gbps in-chassis fabrics and MOTS+ technologies, is well-suited for systems that require the utmost in reliable processing performance and protections for extreme environment operation.

BUILT FOR TODAY, READY FOR TOMORROW

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. By cultivating a proven portfolio of interoperable hardware and software, along with key program support services, integrated security features and environmental protections, we deliver scalable, open architecture-based end solutions capable of meeting your current and future needs.

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