Posted by Ross Newman, GE Intelligent Platforms, Inc.

Signal Processing Applications

White Paper

In 1999, a proposal for next-generation I/O was introduced by Intel®, Microsoft® and Sun Microsystems® (now Oracle®). The collective goal was to define an optimal server and storage architecture. The resulting specification, known as System I/O, was released in October 2000. Today, this is known as InfiniBand. This white paper will explore the merits of this architecture as well as methods of optimizing its use.

Key applications for rugged multi core CPUs with high speed performance I/O include land vehicles, UAVs, RADAR, synthetic aperture RADAR (SAR), SONAR, and image fusion, as well as targeting and tracking applications [Continue reading →]

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White Paper

In 1999, a proposal for next-generation I/O was introduced by Intel®, Microsoft® and Sun Microsystems® (now Oracle®). The collective goal was to define an optimal server and storage architecture. The resulting specification, known as System I/O, was released in October 2000. Today, this is known as InfiniBand. This white paper will explore the merits of this architecture as well as methods of optimizing its use.

Key applications for rugged multi core CPUs with high speed performance I/O include land vehicles, UAVs, RADAR, synthetic aperture RADAR (SAR), SONAR, and image fusion, as well as targeting and tracking applications [Continue reading →]

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Signal Processing COTS Standards

OpenVPX

 
White Paper

In 1999, a proposal for next-generation I/O was introduced by Intel®, Microsoft® and Sun Microsystems® (now Oracle®). The collective goal was to define an optimal server and storage architecture. The resulting specification, known as System I/O, was released in October 2000. Today, this is known as InfiniBand. This white paper will explore the merits of this architecture as well as methods of optimizing its use.

Key applications for rugged multi core CPUs with high speed performance I/O include land vehicles, UAVs, RADAR, synthetic aperture RADAR (SAR), SONAR, and image fusion, as well as targeting and tracking applications [Continue reading →]

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