GRA115Q 3U VPX GPU Board for Intensive RADAR and AI Applications
The GRA115Q 3U VPX is a GPU board for applications like radar and video analysis. It is a good option for systems that require high-performance graphical computations with compatible advanced GPUs. The General Purpose GPU board is based on NVIDIA Turing architecture that comes with dedicated tensor cores for accelerating deep learning inferences. Hence, it could be a good fit for use cases in situational awareness and moving map applications
GRA115Q GPU board comes with two options for GPUs; NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 or Quadro RTX 3000 GPU that have 4 times increased performance efficiency over the NVIDIA Pascal class GPUs. The Quadro RTX5000 offers up to 9.49 TFLOPS of single-precision floating-point compute performance. It can also accelerate up to 448 GB/s memory bandwidth with its 256-bit 16 GB GDDR6 graphics memory for high-intensity data applications.
Output Configurations For GRA115Q GPU Board
- Dual Display Port 1.4a + Dual SL-DVI outputs 2x DisplayPort 1.4a, 2x SL-DVI at 1920 x 1200 both working up to 60Hz.
- Quad SL-DVI outputs have 4x SL-DVI at 1920 x 1200 works at 60Hz outputs.
- Quad DisplayPort 1.4a at 4K functions up to a frequency of 60Hz.
The SL-DVI outputs are compatible with the GRA112D, GRA113D, GRA112Q, GRA113Q, and the GR5 3U VPX graphics boards. GRA115Q GPU board has a flexible range of operating system support including CUDA, Linux, NVIDIA CUDA, OpenCL, OpenGL, Windows 7, and Windows 10. It features a DVI (Digital Visual Interface) video output for connection to a display device and controllers. It also has an embedded PCle interface for connecting additional peripheral components.
Vice President of Product Management at Abaco Systems says:
“The GRA115Q provides a portfolio of quick solutions for mission-ready systems of all sizes and processing requirements. It is dedicated to being at the forefront of GPU technology. GPU and GPGPU functions are an important part of the ethos and capability of the mission-ready system.”
GRA115Q GPU board supports AXIS ImageFlex, which is an image processing and visualization toolkit. Hence, it allows quick implementation of advanced image processing and visualization applications aimed at the size, weight, and power (SWaP) sensitive platforms. It is for intensive graphical computations and GPU processing. It is compatible with dynamic programming frameworks including OpenGL, OpenCL, CUDA, and OpenCV.
The extended temperature range for the device is from -40° to +85°C. The GRA115Q GPU board has a rugged conduction-cooled architecture along with air cooling. Hence, it stabilizes the heat generated due to intensive graphical processing in the device. The board has a protective layer of thin polymeric conformal coating.
There is no information about the pricing and availability on the product page at this point in time. For more information visit the official product page. Images and technical specifications have also been taken from the product page.