The BA 1TR/m03 board was developed in partnership with EIZO Rugged Solutions. BA 1TR/m03 is a single slot board that has been based on the Concurrent Technologies TR E8x/msd CPU board. It has been fitted with EIZO’s Condor NVP2000 XMC module. The new product was developed to offer a high-performance solution that only takes up a single slot for a broad range of processing and display applications in the defence and aerospace industry.
Concurrent Technologies’ TR E8x/msd CPU normally features a 6-core Intel Xeon E-2276ME processor operating at up to 2.8 GHz, with up to 32 GByte of soldered down DDR4 memory and a wide range of I/O. The default variant of the Condor NVP2000 GPGPU has H.265/H.264 hardware encode/decode capability and features DisplayPort++ and DVI video outputs. EIZO Rugged Solutions also provides variants of the NVP2000 that have support for SDI, VGA and other video outputs for different customer applications. BA 1TR/m03 can either connect to multiple displays or be used for processor-intensive applications by using the NVIDIA 768 CUDA cores as a GPGPU resource.
Jane Annear, Managing Director of Concurrent Technologies, commented: “We have been working with EIZO Rugged Solutions for many years to provide exciting products for the defence and aerospace markets. This new combined product encapsulates the best of both companies and is a great example of collaboration between partners for the benefit of our mutual customers.”
Selwyn Henriques, President and CEO of EIZO Rugged Solutions, added: “This collaboration is extremely positive for both parties. The addition of Concurrent Technologies’ Processor Board to our existing GPGPU module allows us to deliver on the promise of minimizing Size, Weight and Power (SWaP) and to provide our customers with a high-performance, reliable solution for many of their challenging needs.”
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