Rugged XMC graphics and video embedded computing board for SIGINT and radar processing introduced by Abaco

Aug. 8, 2019
NVP2000 uses NVIDIA Pascal P2000 graphics GPU with 768 cores and 4 gigabytes of DDR5 memory for 2.3 TeraFLOPS performance, CUDA and OpenCL support.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Abaco Systems in Huntsville, Ala., is introducing the NVP2000 rugged XMC graphics and video embedded computing board for signals intelligence (SIGINT), radar, video, and graphics processing applications.

The NVP2000 uses the NVIDIA Pascal P2000 graphics processing unit (GPU) with its 768 cores and 4 gigabytes of DDR5 memory to deliver 2.3 TeraFLOPS of peak performance with CUDA and OpenCL support. Its parallelism also makes it suitable for general-purpose graphics processing unit (GPGPU) applications like machine learning and machine autonomy.

The NVP2000 is for graphics generation and output, supporting three DisplayPort 1.4 ports capable of 4K resolution at 60 Hz. These can be converted to DVI or VGA with adaptors. The embedded computing board consumes as much as 32 Watts of power, and supports H.265 (HEVC)/H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC) encode/decode.

The conduction-cooled board operates in temperatures of -40 to 85 degrees Celsius, per MIL-STD-810G, and its air-cooled version operates in temperatures from -40 to 70 C.

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The NVP2000 also supports Abaco's AXIS ImageFlex, an image processing and visualization toolkit enabling rapid development of high performance image processing, visualization, and autonomy applications aimed at size, weight and power (SWaP) sensitive platforms like radar systems.

AXIS ImageFlex is focused on high performance GPU processing and graphics with interoperability with other programing paradigms such as OpenGL, OpenCL, CUDA and OpenCV.

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