Live Webinar: Realtime and AI Integration with COM-HPC November 9, 2021
We cordially invite you to participate in our upcoming webinar “Realtime and AI integration with COM-HPC” on November 9 at 7:00 am as well as 5:00 pm.
This COM-HPC webinar puts engineers in the fast lane to leveraging the latest technology for hosting powerful AI applications together with mission critical real-time tasks on one single platform.
COM-HPC is a brand new PICMG standard optimized for modular system designs utilizing the latest high-speed interface technologies, such as PCIe Gen4, USB 4.0 and ultra-fast connectivity with up to 2×25 GbE, as well as integrated AI capabilities.
You can start new designs with congatec’s PICMG COM-HPC Computer-on-Modules based on the latest 11th Gen Intel Core vPro, Intel Xeon W-11000E, and Intel Celeron processors. They impress with integrated AI accelerators, up to 8 high-performance CPU cores and the integrated graphics. This enables you to seamlessly run AI and deep learning inference algorithms either massively parallel on the integrated GPU, or on the CPU with built-in Intel Deep Learning Boost.
As real-time support is mandatory for many target applications, you will also learn how to run RTOSes such as real-time Linux and Wind River VxWorks in parallel with multi-purpose OSes utilizing Real-Time Systems’ hypervisor technology, which is also officially supported by Intel.
So if your goal is to design real-time AI systems on the basis of the COM-HPC ecosystem, you should participate in congatec’s 2 hour live webinar “Realtime and AI integration with COM-HPC” on November 9.
COM-HPC concept (10 min.)
Christian Eder, Chairman COM-HPC at the PICMG
11th Gen Intel Core processors based COM products (20 min.)
Andreas Bergbauer, Product Manager at congatec
COM-HPC carrier design challenges (30 min.)
Christian Riesinger, Senior Field Application Engineer at congatec
Virtualization for consolidating deterministic real-time (20 min.)
Michael Reichlin, Manager WW Sales at Realtime Systems
Deep learning analytics & software tool kits (25 min.)
Roy Allela, Deep Learning SW Engineer at Intel
Q&A & Summary