• VPX6020

    Key Features

    • 7th Intel® Core™ i7 CPU
    • Up to 16GB DDR4 ECC Memory
    • 4 x SRIO 2.1 by 4
    • Configurable PCIe x16 Gen3
    • 2 x 1000BASE-T and 2 x 1000BASE-BX

    Quick Overview

    The VPX6020 is a rugged 6U conduction cooled Processor Blade designed for mission critical applications in radar, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) as well as UAV & UGV platforms.

  • VPX6011

    Key Features

    • Intel® Xeon® D-1500 SoC
    • Up to 32GB DDR4 ECC Memory
    • Up to PCIe x16 Gen3 Interface
    • Conduction Cooled
    • -40°C ~ 70°C Operating Temp

    Quick Overview

    The VPX6011 is a rugged server grade 6U conduction cooled Processor Blade designed for mission critical applications in radar, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) as well as UAV & UGV . . .

  • Key Features

    • Rugged VPX 6U Form Factor
    • NVIDIA Quadro GP107
    • Intel® Xeon® D-1559 (12 cores)
    • Up to 32GB GDDR4 Memory
    • Conduction Cooled
    • -40°C ~ 70°C Operating Temp

    Quick Overview

    The VPX6H10 is a rugged 6U conduction cooled Processor Blade built with NVIDIA Quadro® GPU for graphic processing and AI-driven mission-critical applications.

  • VPX3020

    Key Features

    • Rugged VPX 3U Form Factor
    • NVIDIA Pascal Architecture
    • Up to 16GB GDDR5 Memory
    • Four DisplayPort 1.4 Outputs
    • Conduction Cooled
    • -40°C ~ 70°C Operating Temp

    Quick Overview

    The VPX3020 is a rugged 3U conduction cooled Processor Blade designed for mission critical applications in radar, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) as well as UAV & UGV platforms.

  • Key Features

    • Conduction / Air Cooled
    • Intel Xeon D-1500 CPU
    • On-board SoC
    • 16GB ECC Memory Supported
    • Dual 10G-KR Ethernet
    • -40°C ~ 85°C Operating Temp

    Quick Overview

    The VPX3010 Series is available in rugged conduction and air cooled versions with conformal coating, making it ideal for mission critical applications in radar, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) as . . .