Having a ruggedized Edge AI computer with exceptional CPU and GPU performance is crucial. Neousys Technology understands this demand and introduces the Nuvo-10108GC, their flagship solution for challenging AI workloads.
Our client approached BVM seeking a cutting-edge PC solution for the control of VR (virtual reality) for an augmented reality (AR) ride at one of their premier theme parks.
In the world of industrial computing, the use of high-quality components is paramount. These components form the backbone of industrial PC systems, ensuring reliability, longevity, and optimal performance.
In the world of technology, video input and output ports have played a significant role in connecting devices and enabling seamless multimedia experiences. Over the years, these ports have evolved in terms of design, specifications, and capabilities.
Neousys, a leading provider of ruggedized computing solutions, has unveiled its latest innovation, the Nuvo-10208GC. This advanced edge AI platform is built to support the demanding requirements of autonomous driving, vision inspection and surveillance applications.
When it comes to graphic card options, there are different form factors and interfaces available, with PCIe and MXM being two popular choices. In this article, we will delve into the differences between these two GPU formats and explore their applications in industrial computing, AI, machine vision and more.
Welcome to the cutting-edge world of the Neousys Nuvo-10208GC, an exceptional rugged edge AI platform designed to support dual RTX 40 series/RTX A6000/A4500 GPUs.
DFI’s high-performance PC system series is at the forefront of industrial computing, leveraging Intel core series processor platforms. These embedded systems deliver exceptional graphics handling capabilities and offer a wide range of expandability options.
Neousys Technology, a leading provider of rugged embedded & industrial computing systems have recently launched the Nuvo-9160GC, an edge AI platform that remains operational across a diverse temperature range and has a top-of-the-range CPU and GPU performance.
AI accelerators are dedicated processors or co-processors designed specifically to accelerate AI-related computations, enabling faster and more efficient execution of AI algorithms. Let’s explore the different types of AI accelerators and their unique characteristics.