LSB is an open system architecture solution that unlocks the potential of multi-core processors such as the Intel Xeon D to deliver 2nd generation Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA). Lynx and X-ES have created a Board Support Package (BSP) for LSB on XPedite7674, a family of rugged single-board computers for military and aerospace embedded computing applications offering up to 16 processor cores and extended-temperature support, designed with X-ES’ SecureCOTS technology. Together, Lynx LSB and X-ES XPedite7674 offer customers an open development capability in which they can run bare metal, LynxOS-178, Linux or other RTOS or OS-based system modules or applications together, residing safely and securely in a single multi-core time and space partitioned system.
The XPedite7674 is a high-performance, 3U VPX-REDI, single board computer based on the Xeon D processor. The Intel Xeon D processor can provide up to 16 Xeon-class cores in a single, power-efficient System-on-Chip (SoC) package with native extended temperature support for up to 12 core-count SKUs. The XPedite7674 provides secure network interfaces by providing one 1000BASE-X Gigabit Ethernet interface from the FPGA and passing two CPU 10 Gigabit 10GBASE-KR Ethernet interfaces through the FPGA. It also supports a user-configurable Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA for hosting custom functions to protect data from being modified or observed and provides an ideal solution when stringent security capabilities are required.
Extreme Engineering – www.xes-inc.com
Lynx Software Technologies – www.lynx.com