Parvus DuraCOR 310 Miniature Rugged Mission Computer with Quad-core NXP ARM CPU

July 8, 2016
The Parvus DuraCOR 310 is an ultra-small form factor (SFF) tactical mission computer based on a low-power, four-core NXP i.MX6 Quad ARM processor equipped with a rugged Flash disk and PCIe-Mini Card I/O expansion slots. At less than 40 in3 in volume, 1.5 lb in weight, and 10W power, this miniature multi-core rugged Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) processor is an ideal solution for size, weight, power and cost (SWaP-C) sensitive mobile, airborne, ground, manned and unmanned vehicle and sensor applications. Optimized for high performance energy efficient processing, the unit boasts a quad-core CPU with HD-class video acceleration, including OpenGL, OpenCL, and OpenVG accelerators.The ultra-reliable and modular design of the DuraCOR 310 features high mechanical robustness and I/O flexibility to meet the needs of civil and military and aerospace platforms. The unit features an industrial-grade ARM-based Computer-on-Module (COM) tightly integrated with a Flash SSD and system carrier board, which provides a full complement of standard vetronics I/O interfaces (including CANbus, USB, Ethernet, Serial, DIO, Video, and Audio), as well as up to three slots for optional add-on Mini- PCIe I/O modules.