Secure-by-design multi-core board for integrated modular avionics

July 25, 2018 // By Julien Happich
Secure-by-design multi-core board for integrated modular avionics
Extreme Engineering Solutions (X-ES) has integrated its secure-by-design XPedite7674 board with the LynxSecure Safety Bundle (LSB) from Lynx Software Technologies, the world leader in open, mixed criticality and MILS system development.

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.

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