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Posted by Lindsey P. 
Wednesday 24th March 2021
GPGPU (General-Purpose Graphics Processing Unit) is essentially a GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) that is used not just for rendering images for a screen, but also for general purpose computing such as scientific and engineering. It allows a user to process both graphics and non-graphics applications.

The demand for GPGPUs over the years has risen because of their ability to employ the GPU technology for non-graphic applications and solve a variety of data parallel problems.

GPGPU processing is extremely versatile and can be used in applications across a number of industries, from computer and video gaming to wide range of military and defence projects, including radar, encoding and surveillance.

Sarsen Technology works closely with market leading manufacturers who offer a range of high performance and high reliability video and graphics processing solutions.

EIZO Rugged Solutions designs products using the latest GPU technology to provide solutions that increase overall mission performance and support system interoperability.

Their GPGPU processing cards promote mission connectivity with real-time communication capabilities and boost intelligence systems’ situational awareness with parallel processing cores dedicated to sensor processing and data acquisition.

Their Condor line of rugged #COTS graphics and video processor cards offer an all-in-one solution for video capture, process, display, encode, decode, and stream video/audio data, including metadata. In addition, these single card solutions deliver real-time performance for encoding applications with dedicated H.265 and H.264 encode and decode engines.

Take a look at their products.


December 2023 - EIZO Releases High-Performance, Low-Power Embedded XMC AI/GPGPU Processing Card Based on NVIDIA RTX Technology

EIZO Rugged has introduced the Condor NVA500xX – a high-performance XMC form factor AI/GPGPU card designed for compute-intensive processing applications in high-performance embedded computing (HPEC) systems.