Manufacturer of integrated systems, VadaTech, has announced the VPX752. The VPX752 is a processor module (VITA 46) for general purpose processing in demanding applications. Based on the Intel 5th generation Xeon-D processor, the efficient SoC design has low power consumption and integrated PCH technology.
The module provides quad 10GbE XAUI on P1 and PCIe Gen3 x16 (dual x8 or quad x4) on P2, together with quad GbE to P4. The GbE is software programmable on each port to run as 1000Base-Tx or 1000Base-BX. It also provides Dual 100/1000/10 G to the front panel, together with video out and dual USB 3.0 which can be used to implement a user interface for ease of maintenance.
The VPX752 provides 32GB of DDR4 memory with ECC and Flash for the OS. The BIOS allows booting from on board Flash, off-board SATA, PXE boot and USB. The module has a single XMC slot, optionally VITA 42 or VITA 61, for additional I/O. The XMC I/O is routed to P5/P6. The board also has dual isolated RS-422/485 in addition to the single RS-232.
Linux OS is standard on the VPX752 and the unit is available in a range of temperature and shock/vibration specifications per ANSI/VITA 47, up to V3 and OS2.