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OpenVPX/InfiniBand: From SWaP to SWaP-C - Story

July 31, 2013
A GE Intelligent Platforms perspective on embedded military electronics trends

GE Intelligent Platforms releases PEX431 multi-fabric switch and carrier card - News

July 18, 2013
HUNTSVILLE, AL. GE Intelligent Platforms rleased the PEX431 a multi-fabric switch and PMC/XMC carrier card that enables multiple I/O modules and processors to be configured in a single 3U VPX system. The PEX431 is capable of interconnecting six processors, and provides control and data plane switching on a single board.

CPU bypass: Critical signal processing operation - Story

June 13, 2013
General-Purpose computing on Graphics Processing Units (GPGPU), using massively parallel GPUs to execute thousands of math instructions simultaneously and repetitively, is a boon to signal processing. But its use in real-time scenarios has been limited...

3U VPX board first product from GE based on new Intel Core i7 - News

June 07, 2013
HUNTSVILLE, AL. The first product based on Intel's 4th generation Core i7 processor will be in a rugged 3U VPX form factor and dubbed the SBC326. The single-board computer (SBC) is targeted at constrained-space applications such as manned- and unmanned air and ground vehicles. The product provides enhanced graphics performance, improved processor performance, and better security – all in the same power envelope as previous generations.

OpenVPX InfiniBand switch for ISR released by GE Intelligent Platforms - News

May 10, 2013
HUNTSVILLE, AL. GE Intelligent Platforms has released a rugged 6U OpenVPX InfiniBand switch fabric module, the IBX400. The board-level, Modular Open Systems Architecture (MOSA)-compliant module leverages Mellanox Technologies’ sixth generation SwitchX 2 VPI switch, and is suited for deployment in Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) applications.

Avionics data bus technology meets the SWaP challenge - Story

May 03, 2013
In military avionics, SWaP is a major challenge. As major contractors refresh and redesign electronics systems, in light of less funding availability, they are asking their suppliers to create smaller, less expensive, subsystem solutions, such as data ...

Encryption and the migration to COTS technologies - Story

May 02, 2013
The network is becoming increasingly crucial to the world's armed forces. Unsurprisingly, it uses the same technologies that are proven in the commercial world, with much of the equipment sourced by the armed forces being of COTS origin. But the military needs a level of security - anti-tamper, information assurance, data destruction, encryption - way beyond what the commercial world requires. COTS solutions have emerged that leverage the innovations driving the commercial mobile data industry while addressing specific military security concerns such as encryption.