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GE Intelligent Platforms' Intelligent Vehicle Display family is built around a core video processing architecture with low power and high performance computing capability, providing the capabilities required by military land vehicles. The IVD2015 incorporates a 15” LCD display, with a resolution of
GE Intelligent Platforms' Intelligent Vehicle Display family is built around a core video processing architecture with low power and high performance computing capability, providing the capabilities required by military land vehicles. The IVD2010 incorporates a 10.4” LCD display, with a resolution
development platform supporting multiple GPGPU configurations. Customers can order a ..... the first in a new family of 6U OpenVPX GPGPU cluster solutions targeting extended temperature ..... GE's rugged, scalable, multi-node GPGPU platforms to deliver more capable deployed
to support GEIP’s latest 6U OpenVPX GPGPU modules. The platform is suitable for hardware ..... integration, test and demonstration. GEIP’s GPGPU Starter Cage allows system integrators ..... the P1 and P5 connectors. Two separate GPGPU nodes are configured; the first with two
processing unit to the rugged military and aerospace market for both video and graphics generation and general purpose computing ( GPGPU ). For both runtime performance and ease of programming, NVIDIA's EXK107 GPU enables significant gains in SIGINT, radar and
Using NVIDIA's GT 240 GPU, the MAGIC1 provides full access to GPGPU (General Purpose computing on Graphics Processing Units) computing ..... the CPU through a dedicated 16-lane PCI Express™ link. GPGPU computing uses the NVIDIA GT 240 as a 96 core parallel processing
to offer maximum PCIe bandwidth to the backplane with a total of 21 (x4, x16, x1) PCIe lanes across the P1 and P2 connectors. The x16 link is ideal for connection to ultra-high performance GPGPU modules such as the GRA112.
Integrated Software. Developers can optimize and scale application across GE's 3U and 6U OpenVPX HPEC solution sets that include Ethernet and InfiniBand Switch Fabric Modules, GPGPU processors, Single Board Computers and I/O modules.
applications. In particular, this high performance PCI Express interface makes the new products ideal hosts to drive GE’s GPGPU boards, such as the IPN251 and NPN240. The SBC626 provides support for AXIS, GE’s Advanced Multiprocessor Integrated Software
processor cards such as the SBC622 Intel® Core™ i7-based single board computer and IPN250 and NPN240 NVIDIA® CUDA™ GPGPU processors to scale extraordinary levels of performance for size, weight and power (SWaP) constrained applications. As with