Key FeaturesNuvo-8208GC is the world's first dual GPU edge ai platform with industrial-grade design and in-vehicle features. Designed specifically to support two highend 250W NVIDIA® graphics cards, it offers tremendous GPU power up to 28 TFLOPS in FP32 for emerging GPU-accelerated edge computing, such as autonomous driving, vision inspection and surveillance/ security. Nuvo-8208GC edge AI computing platform is powered by Intel® Xeon® E or 8th-Gen Core™ 6-core/ 12-thread CPUs coupled with workstation-grade Intel® C246 chipset to support up to 128 GB ECC or non-ECC DDR4 memory. The system incorporates two hot-swappable 2.5¡¨ trays for easy HDD/ SSD replacement and an M.2 2280 NVMe socket for the ultimate disk performance. Its front-accessible GbE and USB 3.1 Gen1/ Gen2 ports feature screw-lock mechanisms for securing cable connections. In addition to the dual x16 PCIe slots for GPU installation, Nuvo-8208GC has two other x8 PCIe slots and one x4 PCIe slot for expansion cards to extend function sets like data collection, analytics and communication. Nuvo-8208GC has a brand new power delivery design to accept 8_ 48V wide-range DC input and to handle heavy power requirements from dual 250W GPUs. Along with built-in ignition control, it's feasible to deploy it on a vehicle and directly power it via the car's power system. Mechanical wise, Nuvo-8208GC incorporates Neousys' patented heat dissipation design※, damping brackets※ and patent-pending GPU press bar, making it steady and rock-solid in various conditions. The Nuvo-8208GC is Neousys' response to the never-ending demand of TFLOPS in industrial GPU platforms. With industrial-grade power, thermal and mechanical design, it pushes versatile edge AI inference applications from laboratories to field applications, where reliability matters.
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