Real-Time & Embedded Computing Conference
Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place Hotel
April 13, 2010
Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place Hotel|
200 Rialto Place, Melbourne, FL
April 13, 2010
Presentation on April 13, 2010 from 1:30 PM to 2:15 PM:
VPX: Tremendous Switched Fabric I/O Capacity
David Parkerson (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Fax: (413) 683-0347
VPX: Tremendous Switched Fabric I/O Capacity|
Presented by: Rodger Hosking, Vice President and Co-founder
With each new generation of powerful, high-performance embedded solutions including processors with higher clock rates and wider buses, data converter products with higher sampling rates, and FPGAs, RISCs, and DSPs offering incredible computational rates an equally capable solution was needed to eliminate system bottlenecks and keep pace with faster data transfer rates. Advantages of VPX and its simultaneous accommodation of multiple protocals will be described. In addition, some beamforming application examples will be discussed including direction finding, radar receivers, missile detection and countermeasures and spatial frequency sharing.
Also come join Rodger at the Luncheon Panel Discussion - 12:30 pm - 1:15 pm
OVERCOMING INTEGRATION CHALLENGES WHEN HARNESSING
NEXT-GEN COMPUTE ARCHITECTURES WITH OPENVPX
Moderator: Michael Munroe, Product Specialist, Elma Bustronic
Military system developers have long faced a conflicting desire to harness the latest and greatest computing technologies versus the need to mitigate the risks inherent in banking on new system architecture approaches. Aimed at bridging those desires, the newly created OpenVPX provides implementation details for VPX payload and switch modules, backplane topologies and chassis products-offering Defense primes and suppliers clear direction for crafting interoperable computing and comms platforms.
The panel discussion will explore the integration challenges facing today's complex systems and examines the ways in which OpenVPX enables next-gen compute technologies-from memory interfaces to network protocols to high-speed storage and graphics interfaces to switched fabric-based interconnects-to roll smoothly into an interoperable, rugged, slot-card system architecture. The distinguished panel of experts will share their insights and perspectives on putting OpenVPX into action and discuss implications of OpenVPX for compute-intensive military programs of today and tomorrow.
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