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  • Cardsharp is a user-customizable, turnkey embedded instrument that includes two A9 CPU cores. Linux runs in core 0 to provide ethernet, USB and disk connectivity while core 1 runs real-time stand-alone applications. Cardsharp is compatible with Innovative's wide assortment of ultimate-performance FMC modules. With its modular IO, scalable performance and easy to use CPU core architecture, the Cardsharp reduces time-to-market while providing the performance you need.
  • The ePC-K7 is a user-customizable, turnkey embedded instrument that includes a full Windows/Linux PC and supports a wide assortment of ultimate-performance FMC modules. With its modular IO, scalable performance, and easy to use PC architecture, the ePC-K7 reduces time-to- market while providing the performance you need.
  • The ePC-Duo is a user-customizable, turnkey embedded instrument that includes a full Windows/Linux PC and supports a wide assortment of ultimate-performance XMC modules. With its modular IO, scalable performance, and easy to use PC architecture, the ePC-Duo reduces time-to- market while providing the performance you need.
  • The mini-K7 is a user-customizable, turnkey embedded instrument that includes a full Windows/Linux PC and supports a wide assortment of ultimate-performance FMC modules. With its modular I/O, scalable performance, and easy to use PC architecture, the mini-K7 reduces time-to- market while providing the performance you need.
  • Scalable Open-VPX System for More Than 16-Qubit Synchronous Control and Readout Innovative Integration has been a leading supplier in the real-time embedded system market for more than 30 years, and is proud to be the control and readout system provider to many key players in the quantum computing field. Using high-speed, low-latency X6-1000M modules inside a compact VPX PC, a synchronous system to control and measure up to 32 entangled qubits is readily configured. With state-of-the-art FPGA technology, quantum computing engineers perform FFTs and generate waveforms to synchronously control qubits within 250 ns. A low-latency system is valuable for performing as many operations as possible before quantum decoherence occurs.