Core Avionics & Industrial logs twenty-fifth avionics design win

MUNICH, 22 March 2012. CoreAVI announced the 25th avionics design win for its temperature-screened AMD Radeon E4690 GPU.

CoreAVI’s turnkey solution for mil-aero graphics components is the result of several years of close collaboration with AMD, says a company spokesperson. 

In order to completely address mil-aero program requirements, CoreAVI’s product offering also includes 20-year component availability, drivers for leading real-time operating systems from vendors, such as Wind River, Green Hills, and DDC-I, and now, a complete DO-178C / EUROCAE ED-12C driver and certification package.

“As DO-178C was just released in Jan. 2012, CoreAVI's OpenGL driver certification package will be one of the first DO-178C/ED-12C compliant software packages available in the industry,” says Marty Gasiorowski, DER and president of Worldwide Certification Services.

“CoreAVI is committed to the development of products and services that enable our avionics customers to reduce design and development efforts and lower overall program costs,” says Lee Melatti, CEO of CoreAVI. “That commitment includes enabling the deployment of AMD graphics into mil-aero platforms through temperature screening, the development of drivers for real-time operating systems, and DO-178C certification support. The E4690 represents the beginning of our product offering with additional announcements expected over the coming months.”

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