ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. – Image processing specialist EIZO Rugged Solutions Inc. in Altamonte Springs, Fla., is introducing the Condor NVP2102AxX six-channel rugged XMC graphics card for high-end surveillance applications.
The Condor NVP2102AxX card simultaneously captures analog and digital video and audio with low latency, and has a chip-down NVIDIA Quadro P2000 (GP107) design supporting four 3G SDI inputs, two CVBS (NTSC/PAL), and two audio inputs, as well as two 3G-SDI and two DVI or DisplayPort video outputs.
This rugged XMC graphics card has 768 CUDA cores and 4 gigabytes of GDDR5 memory. At maximum power consumption, the Quadro P2000 GPU delivers 2.3 TFLOPs of single-precision floating point compute performance (FP32).
The XMC card can capture, process, encode, decode, display, and stream video data. The card also supports CUDA and OpenCL based GPGPU computing, artificial intelligence (AI) processing, deep learning, and H.265/H.264 encoding and decoding.
High-speed data transfer and low latency levels come with the Condor NVP2102AxX graphics processor by optimizing NVIDIA’s GPUDirect remote direct memory access (RDMA) feature for image processing.
This helps send video data over PCI Express to GPU memory, bypassing system memory, for analysis and processing. In GPU memory, the applications can do image analysis, image enhancement, 360-degree video stitching, sensor fusion, and target detection using GPGPU CUDA/OpenCL technology.
Built to survive in harsh environments, the Condor NVP2102AxX is tested to withstand high temperatures, and shock and vibration per MIL-STD-810G. It is available in conduction-cooled or air-cooled variants with rear XMC I/O on Pn6.
The rear XMC pin-out is compatible with VPX systems that follow VITA 46.9 x12d+x8d+24s. 3U VPX and PCI Express form factors are supported by carrier boards.
Condor NVP2102AxX customization options include support for additional DVI, DisplayPort, STANAG 3350, or ARINC 818. Special analog Sync-on-Green video formats such as RS-343 also are available. The XMC I/O can be re-routed as PMC IO or to the front panel.
For more information contact EIZO Rugged Solutions online at www.eizorugged.com.