Altamonte Springs, Florida, October 10, 2019 – EIZO Rugged Solutions Inc., a provider of ruggedized graphics and video products, has introduced the Condor GR5-P2000 3U VPX graphics and GPGPU card, offering exceptional graphics and GPGPU capability while delivering up to 2.3 TFLOPS of CUDA® processing power.
The Condor GR5-P2000 3U VPX card features a chip-down implementation of the NVIDIA® Pascal™ Quadro® P2000 (GP107) technology to improve the card’s thermal dissipation profile and offer extended availability for military and aerospace customers designing products for the embedded/rugged market.
This new 3U VPX card offers higher power tolerance and hence higher performance compared to smaller rugged form factors. The MIL-STD-810G certified card features two output configurations: two DisplayPort++ and two Single-Link DVI-I or four Single-Link DVI-I outputs – all available from the rear P2 VPX connector. DisplayPort++ gives the option to support higher resolution monitors up to 4K at 120Hz. The board can consume up to 80 W, depending on the application.
The Condor GR5-P2000 3U VPX is a conduction-cooled or air-cooled 3U VPX card that support PCI Express 3.0 (16, 8, or 4 lane) when mated with compatible single board computers. The card also features H.265 encode and decode capability, supports NVIDIA CUDA 10 and OpenCL™ 1.2, and offers 4 GB GDDR5 graphics memory with NVIDIA GPUDirect™ DMA.
EIZO Rugged Solutions has built a reputation for its flexibility and responsiveness to customer requirements, offering engineering support pre- and post-sale as well as a genuine willingness to modify designs to fit specific and unique customer needs. EIZO can also customize cards to support DVI, SDI, Composite, STANAG 3350, RS-170, RS-343, and VGA outputs.
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