The products offer new levels of performance benchmarks to meet extreme computing needs
Visual computing solutions provider Quantum3D has added XVG 4000 and TL 2000 to its Thermite family of embedded computers.
The new Thermite XVG 4000 offers graphics and processing technology for applications ranging from real-time sensor signal processing to situational awareness.
Thermite TL 2000 breaks mobility and power efficiency barriers to meet the computing and operation needs of demanding military and aerospace environments.
It features a modular design that allows the system to be optimized to meet specific project requirements, including tailoring of the CPU, GPU, video processing, networking, I/O, and storage features, using Commercial-Off-the-Shelf modules.
Thermite TL 2000 offers lower power consumption for a range of markets, including man-wearable applications, robotics, real-time signal processing applications like GPS and radar, as well as embedded sensor signal processing applications such as Lidar/Ladar.
Quantum3D president Arthur Yan said the new Thermite products offer new levels of performance benchmarks to meet extreme computing needs.
"The Thermite TL 2000 offers small size and power efficiency, while the Thermite XVG 4000 offers the ultimate in high-performance processing power to accommodate a range of field-deployed computing needs," Yan said.
"In addition, both form-factors are designed to endure some of the most severe environmental and temperature conditions, from extreme weather to vibrations and shock."