Quad Processor SBC Hits 16 GFLOPS

Aug. 18, 2003
Start with a 6U VME board, and then mix in four 500-MHz MPC7410 PowerPC processors. What you get is the MPC 7410, which delivers up to 16 GFLOPS of floating-point signal-processing power. Each...

Start with a 6U VME board, and then mix in four 500-MHz MPC7410 PowerPC processors. What you get is the MPC 7410, which delivers up to 16 GFLOPS of floating-point signal-processing power. Each processor has a Marvell GT-64260 node controller with a local SDRAM controller that supports up to 128 Mbytes of memory and dual 64-bit, 66-MHz PCI bus interfaces. The board provides a PMC (PCI mezzanine card) slot. Peripherals include front-panel 10/100 Ethernet and RS-232 interfaces and an optional backplane RACE++ interface. Prices start at $15,995.

Pentek Inc.www.pentek.com

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