SOSA Aligned RF HPEC WOLF & HTL White Paper

Stouffville, ON -- October 27, 2020 – Wolf Advanced Technology (WOLF) is pleased to announce that the SOSA™ Aligned Multi-Role RF High Performance & Embedded Compute (RF HPEC) System paper and presentation, created in conjunction with Herrick Technology Laboratories, was delivered at the 2020 SOSA Technical Interchange Meeting is now available on the SOSA website

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This white paper describes how SOSA Aligned VPX modules and backplanes can be used to achieve MOSA objectives for RF High Performance and Embedded Compute (RF HPEC) systems. The presentation describes a small set of SOSA Aligned RF and GPU-based VPX modules and backplanes and shows how they can be used to create a plethora of system implementations, from a 32 channel RF transceiver system to a 100 TFLOP HPEC system, with many possible combinations balancing the RF and GPGPU performance requirements needed for specific sensor applications.

 

WOLF and HTL SOSA Aligned RF HPEC System White Paper

 

A related video entitled ‘SOSA™ Aligned VPX3U-RTX5000-SWITCH Slot-Saver with 10GigE + PCIe Gen 4 for Military and Aerospace’, which outlines the collaborative spirit that led to the design of the VPX3U-RTX5000-SWITCH, is also available on YouTube.

 

About WOLF

Wolf Advanced Technology designs, develops and manufactures military-rugged modules for video capture, process, encode, display and AI inference. Eight out of the ten largest military and aerospace companies use WOLF products, in addition to commercial rocket companies and NASA. WOLF solutions are designed to operate in harsh aerospace and defense environments without sacrificing any processing power. WOLF’s products include rapidly available COTS solutions, feature tailored MCOTS solutions, and full custom designs. WOLF supports a variety of board configurations, including 3U and 6U VPX, XMC and MXC/MXM.

 

 

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