Two NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M GPGPUs based on the Fermi GPU architecture power the GSC6200, which yields a combined 384 processing cores, 3 gigabytes of solid-state memory and more than 1 teraflop of peak theoretical performance per 6U OpenVPX slot.
It supports the NVIDIA Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA), OpenCL, and Mercury's MultiCore Plus MathPack C/C++ software development environments.
Radar signal-processing algorithms, such as adaptive beam-forming, pulse compression, constant false alarm rate (CFAR) and cross correlation run on the GPU. Mercury's board packages the GPGPUs in the MXM form factor to help systems designers validate and deploy current GPGPU technology.
The IOM-200 XMC has four 10-gigabit-per-second Ethernet I/O channels on one XMC card and either an Altera Stratix IV 230 or 360 field-programmable gate array (FPGA) for algorithm partitioning and acceleration.
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