New Wave DV releases 12 port V1163 computing card


New Wave DV has release the V1163 12-Port rugged computing card.

This heterogeneous XMC (switched mezzanine card) ACAP (adaptive compute acceleration platform) computing card combines hard ARM processor cores, large FPGA fabric, AI Engines, and high bandwidth interfaces. This makes it suitable for workloads that require configurable ACAP (FPGA) resources, AI Engines, ARM processors, and/or rugged optics.

Features include in this single card include 100G NIC (network interface controller) with rugged optics in a versatile XMC form facto and  up to twelve 1G to 25G optical ports via front panel I/O. Optical backplane I/O or electrical I/O also available and the card supports Ethernet, Fibre Channel, sFPDP, ARINC 818, Aurora.

The V1163 also provides options for Versal Prime or Versal AI Core part selection.

The card is designed for applications requiring any combination of: high speed optical/electrical interfaces, FPGA processing resources, ARM processing cores, and AI engines.

Typical use cases include sensor interface design, digital signal processing, video processing, application co-processing, and multi-level secure networking. Radar, SIGINT, video, storage, medical imaging, and embedded communications systems can all benefit from the V1163 module.

The XMC form factor and rugged design of the V1163 can turn a VPX-based single board computer into a single-slot sensor interface and heterogeneous computing solution. The V1163 mounted on a x86 based single board computer will provide 100G optical interfaces, FPGA fabric, ARM processor cores, AI Engines, and x86 processor cores all in a single slot solution.

The V1163 is also available from New Wave DV in a 3U VPX form-factor instead of XMC if desired.


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