SINTRONES: ABOX-5000G1 features GPU computing with CUDA technology -

SINTRONES: ABOX-5000G1 features GPU computing with CUDA technology


SINTRONES introduce the new ABOX-5000G1, a fanless in-vehicle computer with dedicated graphics card combining CUDA technology into IoT Connected Smart Cars & Vehicles application and supporting deep learning A.I., virtual reality, and autonomous vehicles.

New ABOX-5000G1 is powered by Intel 6th/7th-Gen Quad Core Xeon/i7 CPU with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 GPU supporting 768 CUDA Cores. It can provide high computing performance on graphic processing by harnessing the power of the graphics processing unit (GPU). The new ABOX-5000G1 was engineered using dual hot swappable 2 x 2.5″ Drive Bay for SATA Type HDD/SSD, RAID 0,1,5, 1 x mSATA storage with 2 x DDR4 2133 MHz SO-DIMM up to 32GB memory. A well designed I/O system provides 4 x RS-232/422/485 (Auto Direction Control) serial port, 8 x GPI and 4 x GPO DIO port, and 3 x Full Mini-PCIe Slots and 1 x M.2 A-E Key 2280 Slot (2 x SIM Card Sockets for 3G/LTE) expansion bus. LAN port is 6 x RJ45 Ports for GbE (Optional for 4 x POE 15.4W per port). Max resolution (HDMI 2.0b): 7680×3840 @60Hz.

ABOX-5000G1 can process deep learning operations with NVIDIA CUDA technology, support end-to-end deep learning solutions which play a vital role for autonomous vehicles. The principle is to have the high performance on processing numerous data – streams in from a car’s array of sensors, including cameras and radar. This is where connected car, AI revolution and autonomous vehicles get involved in ABOX-5000G1 computing technology.

ABOX-5000G1 has the optional internal battery kit for 10 minutes operating (SINTRONES patented technology), 9-48VDC Input and wide range operating temperature 40 ~ 70°C like the ABOX-5000 that can be operated in extreme weather conditions.

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