RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. – General Micro Systems (GMS) in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., is introducing the X9 SPIDER 3U OpenVPX single-board computers for deployed military, aerospace, or rugged applications.
The X9 SPIDER offers 455-gigabit-per-second I/O throughput, alignment to the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) technical standard, and patented cooling technology.
The two scalable modular Intel-based OpenVPX single-board computers are developed with the Modular Open Standards Approach (MOSA), and are based on an Intel 11th gen Tiger Lake-H 8 core Core i7 CPU with 64 gigabytes of memory.
Rugged X9 SPIDER VPX boards are available in conduction- and air-cooled versions, and offer I/O bandwidth via several sealed USB 4 and 100-Gigabit Ethernet ports to free designers from the bottlenecks of the OpenVPX backplane.
As many as four on-board solid-state drives SSDs for embedded RAID data storage, two PCI Express-Mini sites, plus an add-in NVIDIA RTX5000GPGPU artificial intelligence (AI) co-processor and a 12-volt DC scalable architecture.
For more information contact General Micro Systems online at www.gms4sbc.com.