The VPX VITA 46 has been one of the first modular computer open standards to define a connector and backplane infrastructure, allowing data transfers at rates in excess of one gigabit per physical channel. This allowed embedded computers of such form factors to implement the same state-of-the-art interconnect technologies that currently exist in the servers and consumer PC area. As a result, users of the VPX could benefit from the same level of performance for input/output, graphics, and more generally computer data exchanges, at least up to an acceptable wattage for the targeted environment. The ratio of I/O throughput to CPU processing speed, with their associated software architectures, can remain coherent.
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