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SECO mITX GPU DevKit Features Nvidia Tegra 3, Supports CUDA 5

SECO mITX GPU DEVKIT is a GPU computing development kit that provides a Mini-ITX Qseven 2.0 carrier board (SECO mITX Carrier Board) with a Nvidia Tegra 3 powered Qseven SoM (QuadMo747-X/T30). The carrier board provides a PCI-e x16 connector (PCI Express x4) intended to allow the connection of CUDA 5 enabled desktop graphics boards. Embedded Control Europe reports that the platform will support Nvidia Kayla platform.

Seco mITX GPU Devkit

Seco mITX GPU Devkit: SECOCQ7-mITX2.0 Carrier Board (Above) + QuadMo747-X/T30 (Not connected)

The main specifications of the platform are as follows:

  • CPU – Nvidia Tegra 3 Quad-Core ARM Cortex A9
  • GPU – TBD. But you should be able to insert Nvidia graphics card via the PCI-e x16 connector (PCI Express x4) on the mini-ITX board
  • Memory – 2 GB
  • Storage – 4 GB eMMC + 1x SATA 2.0 Connector
  • Network – 1x Gigabit Ethernet
  • USB – 3x USB 2.0 + 1 OTG port
  • Display – HDMI

The platform will support Linux Ubuntu , as well as CUDA Tool Kit. The company already provides documentation for the carrier board and Q7 module, and links to the bootloader (U-Boot) and the Linux kernel source will be available soon.

This development kit is available for 349 Euros excluding taxes for professional use only, i.e. not for individuals / hobbyists. You can find more information on Seco’s GPU development kit page.

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