Sarsen Technology September News Round-up
Sarsen Technology is currently looking at a brand-new video capture card from Tech Source, and a video from the latest series of guidelines from the UEI. The company also looks forward to the upcoming Embedded Design Show 2014.
Successful Solutions Built on BittWare Announced by Industry Leading Firms
BittWare used the 2014 High Performance Computing for Wall Street conference to announce that they are the FPGA platform provider of choice for next generation solutions from both CSPI / Myricom and NovaSparks.
The Myricom network adapter from CSPI is based on a joint development effort using BittWare’s new Arria V GZ low profile PCIe board platform (A5PL), that provides two 40 GigE or eight 10 GigE network interfaces and optional DDR3 or QDRII+ SDRAM.
Register for a Free Ticket to the Embedded Design Show
Sarsen Technology will be on Stand G32, where you can find out more about the complete range of CPU modules and System-on-Module (SoM) solutions from DAVE Embedded Systems, based on ARM Cortex-A and PowerPC architectures, Freescale i.MX6 and Texas Instruments ‘Da Vinci’ DM814x and ‘Sitara’ AM387x processor families, and the brand new Xilinx ‘Zynq’ XC7Z010 / XC7Z020 System on Chip (SoC).
Tech Source Releases Condor VC102x XMC Card that Alleviates Video Relay Bandwidth Hurdles
Tech Source has introduced its ultra-low power, rugged Condor VC102x XMC H.264 compression and raw video capture card.
The Condor VC102x features two H.264 encoders on board and two dedicated Ethernet outputs, acting as a frame grabber as well as an H.264 encoder.
Condor VC102x is available in various ruggedized levels, and has conduction or convection cooled variants. Windows 7 or Linux drivers are available by default.
ZNYX Networks Announces High Performance ZX1200-SDN – Top-of-Rack OpenFlow Switch
Unique Design Enables Impressive 250,000 Flow Rules, Large Port Count, and Smooth Upgrade to Pending Specifications.
This is a unique product in the OpenFlow switch space. The ZX1200-SDN is a software-defined networking (SDN) solution and can accommodate a significantly larger volume of custom OpenFlow flow rules than standard hardware solutions at a far more cost-effective price.