A 16-layer motherboard with over 2,100 components. Designed by DGT constructors to celebrate the company's 25th anniversary. In the picture, it has already been inserted into the 2U housing with an equipment. The core of the device is 96Gbps Switch in the FBGA-1924 (45x45 mm) housing.
The picture shows 24x Blade Server. This gives the full processing power of 96 ARM cores @ 1.8 GHz each. You can see two redundant power supplies 1200 W each.
Three PVOIP boards are one of our flagship products. They depict the historical background and technological progress over the past 15 years. Each board can support 128 VOIP channels. The heart of PVIOP3 is the UMJS board, presented in item #3.
The UMJS board is a universal control module, which is the core of many independent products.
These are, among others:
- RGW (Radio GateWay) controller,
- JS-PKDSP board,
- CP (Cyber Protector) barrier,
- PVOIP3 board.
The main UMJS resources are a dual-core ARM processor clocked at 1 GHz, 2 GB DDR3L SDRAM, 1 GB NAND Flash, 128 MB NOR Flash, 32 GB (default) mSATA SSD and a whole range of external interfaces directly on the module and inserted on BBD ports. These are 4x GbE, UART, PCIe, SATA, TDM, I2C, SPI.
The Blade Server board is dedicated for the IP-TAP 10G device.
It has high processing power in a compact design.
Its distinguishing features are four cores @1.8 GHz ARM processor, 8 GB DDR3L SDRAM memory and fast GbE, PCIe and SATA interfaces. This board is used to implement DPI (Deep Packet Inspection) in real time for Ethernet packets.
It is 12 V powered and all necessary voltages are generated locally. The picture shows the board inserted into the radiator which additionally fixes the module.