Versalogic releases the Sabertooth an HPC with 9th Gen Coffee Lake processors. The Sabertooth is a high-performance computer that uses Xeon-E and 9th-generation Intel Core processors, a 3-Bank Type 1 expansion port, and error-correcting memory.
The Sabertooth also includes TPM 2.0 security, onboard NVMe SSD storage, and up to 32 GB ECC RAM. The processors are high-performance 9th generation Coffee Lake Processors, either with a Hex-Core Xeon-E or quad-core i3 versions.
There is the 3-Bank Expansion port for PCIe x16 Gen 3 expansion. Additionally, there is onboard high-speed 128GB NVMe fast read/write SSD storage.
The Sabertooth design is a rugged PC 104 embedded computer. The computer features high bandwidth 3-Bank expansion interface. The connector for the expansion supports high-speed peripherals, GPU devices, or computer-offload, that require up to 16 high-speed PCIe lanes.
Meant for computing at the edge, the Sabertooth has a high bandwidth bus, which can be further expanded with I/O such as 10 Gigabit Ethernet FPGAs and GPU boards. Interfaces include a PCIe Gen 3 x16 bus with bifurcation, four PCIe x1, two USB 2.0, and SMB ports.
This computer uses Intels 9th Generation CPU family. Featuring Hyper-Threading on the Xeon-E models adds to the power of the system. The system includes high-speed SSD storage and up to 32GB of RAM which is error-correcting in the Xeon-E versions. Both versions of the Sabertooth are well-suited to applications in energy applications, security, medical, smart security, and defense.
The operating temperature range is -40℃ all the way up to +85℃ and meets the MIL-STD-202H shock and vibrations specifications. There are also lathing connectors for challenging environments and hostile locations.
Versalogic is warranting the Sabertooth for 10+ years, as a sign of high reliability and long term use in scale and technology level.Sponsor this Article
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