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CES Unveils the CIO5-2040: A Dual Processor Intel Core i7 Gen5 6U VPX SBC Targeted at Critical Applications When HPEC, Throughput and Ruggedness Is Vital.

Creative Electronic Systems (CES) announces the CIO5-2040: a SWaP optimized dual processors SBC combining 1.5 TeraFLOPS and 210K DMIPS of processing power, 40Gb of Ethernet throughput and a composite frame enabling the board to provide its entire capacity all the way up to 85°C.

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Webcast: Level A Certification of Avionics COTS Hardware & Software

Certification of commercial-­‐off-­‐the-­‐shelf (COTS) hardware and software to Design Assurance Level (DAL) A will be a game changer for the avionics industry. Thanks to developments such as OpenGL SC 2.0 for Shader Programmable Safety Critical Graphics by the Khronos Group are enabling this process in avionics graphics modern applications.

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Modern safety-critical applications call for multi-core, COTS hardware

In the context of Farnborough International Airshow 2016, Courtney R. Howard interviews Hervé Garchette, Director of Business Development and Strategic Alliances at Creative Electronic Systems (CES).

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CES announces the MFCC-8558: the next generation of safety-certifiable XMC processor

“The MFCC-8558 is the logical continuation of our CES safety certifiable product line. The T2080 is the avionic industry platform of choice to develop multicore safety critical applications” says Yves Mathys, COO, CES. “Together with our comprehensive portfolio of safety certifiable COTS modules and application-ready systems, the MFCC-8558 contributes to the enablement of multicore safety critical applications.”

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Addressing Safety Critical Applications with COTS Modules

Learn how you can shorten the development cycle of safety critical application while decreasing risk and saving money by using DO-178 / DO-254 certifiable boards available off-the-self.

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CES announces an Intel Core i7 SBC with built-in video capture

AUVSI’s XPONENTIAL, New Orleans, United States, May 2nd, 2016 – Creative Electronic Systems (CES) announces the CIOV-2231: a 3U OpenVPX™ Single Board Computer featuring an Intel® Core™ i7 processor delivering the computing power of Intel’s latest Quad-Core dual-threaded (8-threads) Broadwell microarchitecture.

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SWaP Optimized Video Applications with Intel’s 5th generation of Core i7 Processor

Intel’s Broadwell microarchitecture – a ‘tick’ step in Intel’s Tick-Tock strategy – is a die shrink of Intel’s previous microarchitecture: Haswell. Taking into account the CPU microarchitecture optimization and the higher 2.7 GHz clocking frequency, Broadwell offers up to 25% performance increase compare to Haswell. Existing applications migrating to Broadwell will observe a noticeable reduction of power consumption thanks to the use of a 14nm process. However, the major improvement found in Broadwell lies in Intel’s Iris Pro Graphics 6200: the powerful Graphical Processing Unit built along the 4 CPU cores into a single package.

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CES adopts CoreAVI’s TrueCore software GPU monitor

Aviation Electronics Europe, Munich, Germany, April 20th, 2016 – Creative Electronic Systems (CES) announces the adoption of CoreAVI’s TrueCore technology, in the scope of its strategic partnership with CoreAVI. CES is currently integrating CoreAVI’s software GPU monitor, TrueCore, on its rugged GPU board: the VGP-2870.

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Safety Critical Graphics at Embedded World 2016

Join us at AMD booth 1-360 to see ANSYS, CES, CoreAVI and Wind River joint live installation demonstrating an RTCA DO-178C / DO-254 and EUROCADE ED-12C safety certifiable application featuring: CoreAVI OpenGL SC (safety-Critical) Driver for AMD G-Series SoCs ANSYS 3D SCADE Display HMI graphics

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Distributed Architecture and Function in UAVs

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) of all sizes are seeing increased utilization for both military and civil applications. UAVs range in size from one that will fit on the palm of a child’s hand to a massive, 32,000 lb., airliner-sized military armed reconnaissance drone.

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