- NVP2102A leverages latest NVIDIA Pascal GPU technology - up to 2.3 TeraFLOPS of performance
- Features direct video capture to GPU memory for minimal latency
- Provides support for legacy video interfaces
Abaco Systems further expanded its growing range of video/graphics solutions with the launch of the rugged, high bandwidth NVP2102A XMC Graphics and GPGPU Card. Designed to complement the recently-announced NVP2102, the NVP2102A offers additional support for legacy interfaces and peripherals.
Of particular note is the NVP2102A’s support for direct video capture to GPU memory. This significantly reduces latency, enabling the delivery of actionable information in closer to real time. The input resolution of incoming video is automatically detected and raw video frames are transferred directly to GPU memory (or host memory). In GPU memory, processing such as image analysis, image enhancement, 360-degree video stitching, sensor fusion, target detection and so on takes advantage of the extraordinary capabilities of NVIDIA GPGPU (CUDA/OpenCL™) technology to deliver output to the user far faster than would otherwise be possible. The captured data can also be encoded using the GPU-native H.265 (HEVC) or H.264 encoders directly in GPU memory. Windows® or Linux® drivers and API are available for x86 systems.
The NVP2102A supports Abaco’s AXIS ImageFlex. AXIS ImageFlex is an image processing and visualisation toolkit enabling rapid development of high performance image processing, visualization and autonomy applications aimed at size, weight and power (SWaP) sensitive platforms. It is focused on high performance GPU processing and graphics with interoperability with other programing paradigms such as OpenGL™, OpenCL, CUDA and OpenCV.
The NVP2102A is offered in conduction cooled or air cooled variants with rear XMC I/O on Pn6. 3U VPX and PCIe™ form factors are supported with carrier boards.
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