Military Embedded Systems

AI/GPGU card for compute-intensive processing released by EIZO


December 12, 2023

Dan Taylor

Technology Editor

Military Embedded Systems

Image courtesy EIZO

ORLANDO, Florida. EIZO Rugged Solutions launched the Condor NVA500xX, an XMC form factor AI/GPGPU card that is equipped with NVIDIA's RTX A500 GPU for high-performance embedded computing (HPEC) systems requiring intensive computational processing, the company announced in a statement.

The Condor NVA500xX card incorporates the NVIDIA RTX A500 GPU, supporting 4 GB GDDR6 video graphics memory, 2,048 NVIDIA CUDA cores, 16 RT Cores (2nd generation), and 64 Tensor Cores (3rd generation), the statement reads.

The company says this configuration, along with PCI Express Gen 4 support and dedicated H.265/H.264 encode and decode engines, can handle real-time intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) data collection, processing, analysis, and compressed streaming.

The card is suited for applications where quick and efficient processing from multiple sensors is important, the company says. It is designed to leverage machine learning for actionable intelligence in mission-critical scenarios, which makes it useful for C5ISR applications, digital signal processing (DSP), signal intelligence (SIGINT), and other electronic warfare (EW) processing tasks, the statement adds.

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