MAE webcast


The Intel Xeon-D processor and its role in high-performance embedded computing (HPEC)

The rugged Intel Xeon-D server-class multicore microprocessor is set to revolutionize high-performance embedded computing. By itself, the processor will bring unprecedented power to embedded computing applications, yet coupled with field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and general-purpose graphics processing units (GPGPUs), the Intel Xeon-D has the potential to embed real-time decision making inside high-performance digital signal processing.

This DSP plus real-time decision making has the potential to make cognitive radio and cognitive electronic warfare (EW) a reality. This would provide the capability to create EW systems that can adapt to rapidly changing threats, software-defined radio systems that can adapt to the RF spectrum available at hand, and to overlay RF and electro-optical sensor data for real-time intelligence gathering never before possible.



March 29, 2016

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