OpenVPX computer boards based on Intel microprocessors offered by CSPI for sonar and radar signal processing

BILLERICA, Mass., 15 Sept. 2010. The CSP Inc. MultiComputer Division in Billerica, Mass., is introducing the FastCluster 3000 series OpenVPX single-board computers for harsh-environment aerospace and defense applications such as radar, sonar, and surveillance signal processing. The computer boards offer QDR InfiniBand host channel adapters, Intel MultiCore dual socket processors, and Intel QPI architecture, as well as support for Red Hat Linux, Wind River VxWorks SMP software stack, and MPI 2.0 message passing interface.

BILLERICA, Mass., 15 Sept. 2010. The CSP Inc. MultiComputer Division in Billerica, Mass., is introducing the FastCluster 3000 series OpenVPX single-board computers for harsh-environment aerospace and defense applications such as surveillance, sonar, and radar signal processing. The embedded computing boards offer QDR InfiniBand host channel adapters, Intel MultiCore dual socket processors, and Intel QPI architecture, as well as support for Red Hat Linux, Wind River VxWorks SMP software stack, and MPI 2.0 message passing interface.

The www.cspi.com board products adhere to industry-standard form factors, employ scalable switch fabrics, and offer an open software stack. Technology refresh is possible by inserting new OpenVPX processor, carrier, or fabric blades. Air-cooled and spray-cool thermal management techniques are available. For more information contact CSPI online at www.cspi.com.

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