Abaco expands Nvidia Turing range with mil-grade graphics card
Built for rugged military and commercial applications, the GRA115Q has been added to Abaco’s Nvidia Turing architecture chip-down GPU family. It is suitable for graphics/display processing applications such as situation awareness, and moving map applications as well as general purpose processing unit (GPGPU) applications such as radar and video surveillance, says the company.
The GRA115Q 3U VPX graphics output card supports both new and legacy customers with increased GPU performance. It also offers multiple configurations which lower overall system SWAP-C.
The GRA115Q offers the latest production released discrete Nvidia Turing architecture GPUs with a choice of either the Quadro RTX 5000 or the Quadro RTX 3000 GPU. It also increases performance by up to a factor of four compared with Nvidia Pascal class GPUs. It is designed for rugged military and aerospace markets which demand graphics generation, display computing, situational awareness as well as high-performance computing, AI computing and deep learning.
The GRA115Q supports cutting-edge signal integrity (SigInt), situational awareness, radar, video and graphics requirements applications.
Abaco offers three output configurations, catering for customers with the latest DisplayPort output technology and legacy customers with DVI outputs.
The GRA115Q is available with either an Nvidia Quadro RTX 5000 or Quadro RTX 3000 GPU. At peak performance, the Quadro RTX 5000 provides up to 9.49TFLOPS of single precision floating point compute performance (FP32). The Quadro RTX 5000 provides up to 448Gbytes per second memory bandwidth with its 256-bit wide, 16Gbyte GDDR6 graphics memory for data intensive applications.
Output configuration options are Dual Display Port 1.4a + Dual SL-DVI outputs, two DisplayPort 1.4a at 4K at 60Hz, 2x SL-DVI at 1920 x 1200 at 60Hz outputs and outputs with technology insertion patch for existing GR5, GRA112D and GRA113D customers.
There is also a version with quad SL-DVI outputs, with four SL-DVI at 1920 x 1200 at 60Hz outputs and outputs with technology insertion patch for existing GRA112Q and GRA113Q customers.
There is also a Quad DisplayPort 1.4a at 4K at 60Hz option.
It also features x16 PCIe Gen 3 expansion plane that is pin-compatible with the GR5, GRA112D, GRA113D, GRA112Q and GRA113Q for ease of technology insertion.