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INDUSTRIAL-GRADE GPU FOR ACCELERATED APPLICATIONS

08-02-2019
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Backplane Systems Technology now stocks Neousys Technology’s new Nuvo-6108GC-IGN industrial-grade in-vehicle GPU computing platform with 250W NVIDIA GPU and Intel Xeon E3 v5 or 6th Gen Core processor.

It is one of the world’s first industrial-grade in-vehicle GPU computing platforms designed to support high-end graphics cards. Tailored for emerging GPU accelerated applications such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality, autonomous driving and CUDA computing, it neatly accommodates a 250W NVIDIA GPU. It makes keen use of an Intel C236 chipset and can support a Xeon E3 v5 or 6th Gen Core i7/i5 CPU with up to 32GB ECC/non-ECC DDR4 memory.

It also incorporates standard computer I/O features like Gigabit Ethernet, USB3.0 and serial ports. In addition to the x16 PCIe port for GPU installation, it has two x8 PCIe slots so users can install additional high-performance expansion cards with high bandwidth to bolster their data collection/analytics and communication. It features built-in ignition power control, and two of its three 2.5in drives come with Neousys’ patented easy-swap trays for simple HDD/SSD replacement.

This sophisticated series is constructed to handle the heavy power consumption and power transients of a 250W GPU. To have reliable GPU performance for rugged industrial environments, the Nuvo-6108GC series utilises Neousys’ patented cassette design, featuring a tuned cold air intake to effectively dissipate heat generated by the GPU. This unique design guarantees operation at up to 60°C with 100 per cent GPU loading, making the series extremely reliable for demanding field applications (such as in-vehicle).

Backplane Systems Technology
02 9457 6400
backplane.com.au

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