VPX6-4941 6U VPX GPGPU Processor with NVIDIA Quadro M5000SE
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- NVIDIA Quadro Maxwell-2 GM204 28 nm GPU
- Single or dual GPU on a 6U board
- Available per GPU:
- 2995 GFLOPS single precision (32-bit)
- 8 GB GDDR5 video memory
- 1536 NVIDIA CUDA cores
- PCIe x16 Gen3 to each GPU
- Highly configurable PCIe interface
- ISR and EW applications where TFLOPS of accelerated processing is required
- Addressing the massive data ingest of modern Radar, SIGINT, EO/IR sensors
- Unparalleled HPEC performance in cross-cueing applications
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The rugged VPX6-4941 single or dual NVIDIA Quadro GPU processor is designed and manufactured by Wolf Advanced Technology. The board is part of a family of GPGPU modules available from Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions to enable development of High Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC) systems.
The VPX6-4941 GPGPU processor board uses NVIDIA’s latest Maxwell-2 28 nm GPU technology, and each GPU can drive up to four video display outputs. It also provides a wide range of video output types as a modified Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) version of this board.
The board can also be used as a CUDA compute engine providing high data throughput for computations that benefit from advanced parallel processing.
The board implements PCI Express (PCIe) x16 Gen3, with a flexible, highly configurable PCIe interface, supporting a variety of OpenVPX profiles and enabling a broad range of bridge link configurations.
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