3U OpenVPX SBC module targets SWaP applications: Page 2 of 2

May 19, 2020 // By Julien Happich
SBC module
The VF370 launched by Sundance Multiprocessor Technology is an Intel-based 3U OpenVPX single board computer (SBC) module designed for reduced size, weight and power (SWaP) requirements.

The addition of a VITA 57 FMC site creates a modular processing solution that facilitates a wide range of I/O requirements through the utilization of FMC mezzanine cards. The high pin count FMC connector connects to the FPGA through four high-speed serial interface (HSSI) lanes and 58 differential LVDS/LVTTL signals while an optional FMC I/O connector routes 32 differential pairs to the P2 VPX connector for backplane or rear I/O functionality.

An integrated graphic processor running at 650MHz enables greatly enhanced video encode and playback performance with UltraHD 4K display resolution on multiple independent displays for surveillance and other video-centric applications. Intel’s onboard Time Coordinated Computing Technology can synchronize networks of devices to within 1µs, greatly improving the real-time deterministic behaviour of a system and Intel’s new Trusted Execution Engine provides enhanced data and operations protection with fast cryptographic execution and secure boot features.

A configurable PCIe interface supports different OpenVPX profiles at Gen1 and Gen2 speeds equipping the VF370 with high data throughput capability. The VF370 typically operates as a VPX system controller but can also be a PCIe end-point module when plugged into a non-system slot. The VF370 Board Management supports Tier 1 IPMC functionality on the VPX Management Plane as per VITA 46.11 specification. To simplify development and system integration, USB debug interfaces are provided for the Intel Atom embedded processor and the Cyclone FPGA.

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