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INDUSTRIAL-GRADE COMPUTER TAKES HIGH-END GRAPHICS ONBOARD

20-07-2017
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Graphical industrial computing

With many industrial control applications demanding ever-higher levels of graphics performance, Backplane Systems Technology is now offering an industrial-grade GPU computing platform combining a 250W NVIDIA GPU with Intel Xeon E3 v5 and 6th-gen Core processors.

Neousys Technology’s Nuvo-6018GC is world's first industrial-grade GPU computer supporting high-end graphics cards. It is designed to fuel emerging GPU-accelerated applications, such as artificial intelligence and virtual reality, by accommodating the NVIDIA GTX 1080 or Titan X GPU.

Based on the Intel C236 chipset, the Nuvo-6018GC supports Xeon E3 v5 and 6th-gen Core i7/i5 CPUs with up to 32Gbyte of memory. Standard computer I/Os include Gigabit Ethernet, USB 3.0 and serial ports. Two x8 PCIe slots are available for additional devices for information collection and communication.

The Nuvo-6108GC features a novel power supply design to handle the 250W GPU, with thermal management to effectively dissipate the heat generated by the GPU. This enables a reliable -25 to +60°C operating temperature range.

Backplane Systems Technology
02 9457 6400
www.backplane.com.au

 

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