WOLF Advanced Technology designs and manufactures rugged 6U VPX,3U VPX, XMC, MXM/MXC and other small form factor boards for video capture, process, encode and display. WOLF solutions are designed to operate in harsh aerospace and defense environments without sacrificing any of the processing power available from the latest generation NVIDIA, AMD and Xilinx high-speed GPUs, APUs and FPGAs. WOLF’s high-performance modules are also ideal for field deployments requiring GPGPU parallel processing and deep learning inference.
WOLF products include COTS, MCOTS and custom designs.
A Brief History of WOLF
1990: McLaren Industrial Computer Sales Inc. (MICS) was founded by Craig McLaren. MICS was a representative and distributor for embedded board, component, and systems manufacturers.
April 1999: Wolf Industrial Systems Inc. is founded by Craig McLaren to provide services such as embedded board distribution, systems integration, PCB design, mechanical design, and product customization.
September 2003: Wolf Industrial Systems assumes the operations of sister company McLaren Industrial Computer Sales Inc. (MICS).
2010: Wolf Industrial Systems begins doing business as WOLF Advanced Technology, to better reflect WOLF’s focus on providing advanced technology to Aerospace and Defense customers.
January 2011: WOLF delivers VPX video graphics solutions using a new high density MXC module which permits double the functionality of previous VPX modules.
August 2012: WOLF moves to a new, larger space in Uxbridge, Ontario.
July 2014: WOLF’s growth prompts a move to a bigger space in the Uxbridge building.
October 2014: WOLF designs new NVIDIA Maxwell and Tesla K1 modules for aerospace and defense.
February 2015: WOLF designs 3U VPX boards with an advanced AMD Radeon GPUs and WOLF’s FGX capture technology to produce a complete video processing unit, capable of capture, process, encode and display.
September 2016: WOLF delivers new NVIDIA Maxwell-2 Quadro and Tesla based products.
July 2017: WOLF delivers products which include the latest NVIDIA Quadro Pascal GPUs, extending the GPU capability with WOLF technology which provides capture, format conversion, analog video (no longer supported on the new GPUs), and customizable PCIe configurations.
April 2018: WOLF’s rapid growth prompts a move to a new location, tripling its space in a new modern building in Stouffville, Ontario.