3U VPX embedded computing board for military and transportation uses introduced by Concurrent

WOBURN, Mass. – Concurrent Technologies in Woburn, Mass., is introducing the TR G4x/msd 3U VPX embedded computing board for military, transportation, and industrial applications.

Apr 25th, 2017
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

WOBURN, Mass. – Concurrent Technologies in Woburn, Mass., is introducing the TR G4x/msd 3U VPXembedded computing board for military, transportation, and industrial applications.

TR G4x/msd has an Intel Xeon processor with as much as 64 gigabytes of soldered error correcting code (ECC) DDR4 memory. Rear connectivity includes dual Gigabit Ethernet for control, dual 10-Gigabit Ethernet for data and a x16 PCI Express pipe for connection to GPU and FPGA accelerators.

The default boot device on TR G4x/msd is a 64 or 128 gigabytes Solid State Drive (SSD) module that is for hostile environments. Additional on-board mass storage options include a 2.5-inch solid-state drive (SSD) or as much as two M.2 module adapters.

The 2.5-inch SSD connects to the front panel I/O module and is a solution for high capacity, air-cooled deployments. For air and rugged conduction-cooled environments, the M.2 adapters fit to the base board via high-speed PCI Express connections and use the NVMe protocol which is designed to work best with solid state drives. Various RAID modes are supported when using a pair of M.2 modules, offering application performance and reliability options.

The Intel Xeon processor D-1500 family used on TR G4x/msd is available with as many as 16-cores, enabling board variants to be optimized for high compute performance or low power consumption.

For more information contact Concurrent Technologies online at www.gocct.com.

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