Powered by two Intel Xeon-D processors with 12 cores each, this embedded computing board can help systems designers benefit from even more processing power on one VPX blade to enable sophisticated signal processing.
The single-board computer has an XMC slot to host a VITA 61-2011 XMC mezzanine card. Use cases such as encryption or storage can be addressed with application-specific devices.
The VX6090 comes ready for evaluation thanks to a turn-key live Linux distribution, which also includes the necessary source code to recompile the BSP to match other Linux-based environments.
Featured is Kontron's CMON-line monitoring service, which delivers a continuous stream of embedded computing health measurement data in XML format, either to display human-readable dashboards or use those data for high-level monitoring.
For more information contact Kontron online at www.kontron.com.