ADLINK Technology, Inc., a global provider of leading edge computing products, will highlight a new joint GPU enabled server for the upcoming GTC (GPU Technology Conference) DC conference with PacStar Communications. This annual event, which takes place November 4-6 in Washington D.C., is the premier AI technology conference for NVIDIA®
, its partners, and customers. With more than 3,000 attendees expected, ranging from developers and researchers to policymakers and CIO’s, participants will gather to discuss the latest trends in technology, including machine learning, cybersecurity, autonomous machines, HPC, intelligent video analytics, healthcare, 5G, and VR.
As an NVIDIA®
Quadro Embedded Partner, ADLINK is providing the compute building blocks for the joint solution. This solution is a vertical market product that utilizes ADLINK’s computing blocks and machine learning platform, as well as PacStar’s product.
PacStar will introduce PacStar 453 NVIDIA GPU Enhanced Server, a small form factor, rugged high-performance server combining 12 CPU Cores, 64 MB RAM, 16 TB storage and 10 Gbps networking – accelerated with an embedded NVIDIA Quadro 512 CUDA core GPU. The new server joins the growing family of PacStar 400-Series modules enabling tactical and deployed organizations to field solutions for a vast array of computing and networking needs.
PacStar 453 is ideal for implementing AI/ML and video processing at the network edge, thanks to the addition of up to 1.8 TFLOPS of GPU processing. AI/ML and video processing hold great promise to save lives in armed conflict, enable warfighting overmatch and reduce costs for our defense forces. Applications for these technologies enable uses cases such as automated threat detection, cyber defense, robotic/autonomous systems, sensor fusion, and predictive maintenance – and now PacStar 453 makes it possible at the edge.
“ADLINK is proud of our strong partnerships with both NVIDIA and PacStar. As an NVIDIA Quadro Embedded Partner with extensive experience in embedded computing and graphics, this new solution is a testament to our technical expertise in edge computing,” commented Elizabeth Campbell, General Manager of the Americas division of ADLINK Technology.
“ADLINK and NVIDIA compute building blocks enable PacStar to deliver exceptionally high quality and reliable systems our customers use in demanding environments, and we’re thrilled we’ve been able to rely on ADLINK to collaborate closely with us in innovations in embedded systems,” said Peggy Miller, Chief Executive Officer, PacStar.
To learn more about the GTC-DC conference, visit the event website at: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/gtc-dc/
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