New Nuvo-7160GC rugged GPU computing platform

Backplane Systems Technology introduces the new Nuvo-7160GC rugged GPU computing
platform from Neousys Technology, supporting Intel’s 8th Generation processors
and up to 120W NVIDIA GPU.

The Nuvo-7160GC is a ruggedized GPU-aided edge computing platform
designed for modern machine learning applications such as autonomous driving,
facial recognition and machine vision. It supports up to a 120W GPU, delivering
4~6 TFLOPS computing power for inference, as well as Intel 8th-Gen Coffee Lake
Core 6-core/ 12-thread CPU, offering up to 50% CPU performance enhancement over
previous generations.

Key features of the Nuvo-7160GC ruggedized GPU-aided edge computing platform
include Neousys’ patented cassette design and ingenious ventilation mechanism effectively
dissipating the heat generated by the GPU; guided airflow from intake to
exhaust with powerful fans featuring smart fan control allowing a 120W GPU to
operate at 60¡C ambient temperature under 100% GPU loading; rich I/O functions
such as USB 3.1 Gen2/ Gen1, GbE, COM and MezIO interface in a restricted
footprint; over 2000MB/s disk read/ write speed leveraging cutting-edge M.2
NVMe SSD technology; and Intel Optane memory for the ultimate system

Neousys Nuvo-7160GC is the ideal solution for emerging edge computing by
combining exceptional CPU and GPU performances.

It also supports NVIDIA GPU graphics cards up to 120W TDP, and features
a patented thermal design to allow -25¡C to +60¡C wide-temperature operation; Intel
8th-Gen Core Hexa-Core 35W/ 65W LGA1151 CPU; 6x GigE ports, supporting 9.5 KB jumbo
frame; M.2 2280 M-Key socket (Gen3 x4) supporting NVMe SSD or Intel Optane memory;
4x USB 3.1 Gen2 ports and 4x USB 3.1 Gen1 ports; two 2.5″ SATA HDD/ SSD
With RAID 0/1 support; compatibility with MezIO interface; and patented ventilation
design for graphics card.

For further information, please visit the Backplane
Systems Technology website
or call (02) 9457 6400.

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