All modern computers have at least one USB port. USB shines because of its fast data transfers – up to 40 Gbps with USB4®. Read more...
The USB Type-C™ connector is supported by many devices. A major advantage is that the Type-C connector goes beyond traditional USB by supporting a variety of protocols using “alternate modes”. Read more...
This year at AUSA we are introducing the X9 SPIDER.
X9 SPIDER is designed to provide the ultimate VITA open-standard 3U OpenVPX SBC for MOSA and was developed in alignment with the SOSA™ Technical Standard. Coupling GMS’s latest 11th generation Intel® CPU, USB4 ThunderBolt and an NVIDIA® GPGPU, the X9 SPIDER family represents the latest in state of the art SBCs.
VELOCITY is a quad GPGPU artificial intelligence (AI) server designed for battlefield applications like command posts, tactical operation centers (TOCs) and protected platforms such as autonomous vehicles, wide body airborne sensor fusion, surveillance, data mining, synthetic vision and any platform than needs massive computational resources from a small, air-cooled rackmount server.
Watch the interview with Military Embedded Systems.
Originally published by Carlo Munoz of Janes
Combat information technology company General Micro Systems (GMS) is betting that integration of Thunderbolt USB port connections into present and future US armed forces' platforms could be the key to solving the Pentagon's interoperability challenges.
General Micro Systems (GMS) Introduces “4x4” Quad Artificial Intelligence GPGPU Server for Defense and Government Applications
Optimized for battlefield AI applications, Velocity 2U server brings quad NVIDIA® GPGPUs and quad Intel® Scalable Xeon® CPUs—plus 264TB storage and 16x 100Gb Ethernet “fat pipe” sensor and LAN ports
General Micro Systems (GMS) Introduces X9 SPIDER 3U OpenVPX Single Board Systems with 455Gbps I/O Throughput, SOSA™ Alignment
Two new scalable, modular Intel®-based OpenVPX “single board systems,” developed with the Modular Open Standards Approach (MOSA) and SOSA™-aligned, offer more I/O, processing, and patented cooling technology in 3U than is possible in 6U size
Ready for the Future Battlefield - Artificial Intelligence
The future battlefield will place reliance on artificial intelligence as a means to not only offload warfighter workload, but to improve the odds in our favor by using computers to think, act, and improve lethality. GMS’s optional modular graphics accelerator engines use GPGPUs (general purpose graphics processing unit) that perform AI and vector processing.
These engines are capable of performing extreme video, vector, data mining, augmented reality and algorithm processing. These capabilities might be exceptionally useful when taking incoming high resolution sensor video information by performing automatic target identification, recognition, IFF (identification friend or foe), DVE (degraded visual environment) or other massive data set processing with image processing/enhancement. In small form factor (SFF) systems, GMS believes the IGP (Intel) embedded processing built into most of our systems can be supplemented by optional modular graphics accelerators to provide an unheard of video and sensor processing in an industry-leading small size package.
Since its inception in 1979, General Micro Systems, Inc. (GMS) has been true to its mission statement: To Become the World’s Leading Technology Independent Supplier of Computing Engines, while Providing the Best Price/Performance, Quality and Customer Support, Demanded by Our Current and Our Future Customers.
All GMS products are proudly designed and manufactured in the U.S.A.
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