Abaco announces new 3U OpenVPX rugged SOSA-aligned single board computer
Abaco Systems recently announced an upgrade to the recently-announced SBC3511 3U VPX single board computer, which now features the 9th generation i7 6-core Intel Xeon E-2276ME processor.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala.— Abaco Systems of Huntsville, Alabama recently announced an upgrade to the recently-announced SBC3511 3U VPX single board computer, which now features the 9th generation i7 6-core Intel Xeon E-2276ME processor (‘Coffee Lake Refresh’) operating at 2.8GHz (with turbo mode up to 4.4GHz). The processor is specifically designed for the specific demands of embedded applications.
The SBC3511 offers a 40GigE data plane for alignment with the SOSA (Sensor Open Systems Architecture) 3U I/O-intensive SBC plug-in card profile.
The SBC3511is distinguished by its extensive provision for secure computing with a security hub based on the Xilinx Ultrascale+ FPGA. This has built-in security capabilities including a physical unclonable function (PUF), user-accessible hardened cryptographic blocks, asymmetric authentication, side channel attack protection, and other silicon-based AT features. It can optionally be used to harden the Chain of Trust, which includes Intel Trusted Execution technology. Abaco is developing a security toolkit which will provide users with optional security features.
The new single board computer is also differentiated by its advanced cooling architecture for conduction cooled boards.
The SBC3511 is the first of several new single board computers – 3U and 6U VPX - based on Intel’s latest processor that will be launched in the coming months.
The SBC3511 supports up to 32Gbytes of DDR4 memory, and is equipped with a 64GByte NVMe SSD. Connectivity includes USB 3.1/2.0, DisplayPort, SATA, GPIO and COM. An XMC site is provided for further functional expansion. The SBC3511 is available in a range of air- and conduction cooled build levels with extended temperature capability up to 85°C. Support for Windows, Linux, and VxWorks is provided.
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