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Conduction-cooled XMC module delivers 10GbE

Posted: 08 May 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:embedded systems? conduction-cooled XMC? 10GbE? SDRAM?

AdvancedIO Systems has rolled the V1120, the first member of its V1100 family. The V1120 is said to be the industry's first conduction-cooled XMC product for 10GbE connectivity and packet processing and aims to address emerging requirements for open-standard, extremely high-bandwidth networking and point-to-point connectivity.

The V1120 uses a Xilinx Virtex-5 FPGA to meet the requirements of high-performance real-time processing and recording applications. To accommodate large line-rate bursts of incoming sensor data, the V1120 can buffer up to 115,000 jumbo-frame Ethernet packets in its onboard SDRAM. Additional interface signals are provided to facilitate precise time synchronization and other application-specific functionality that requires deterministic, low latency access to the packets.

V1100 is a family of rugged open-standard form factor modules connecting real-time embedded systems to each other or to extremely high-speed Ethernet networks. Following the widely used VITA 42.3 XMC mezzanine module format, V1100 integrates with standard off-the-shelf platforms, such as VXS and VPX blades, providing system developers with multiple platform options. The V1100 family supports AdvancedIO's udpXG protocol offload and streamXG data streaming acceleration cores and software. For easy integration and future software portability, AdvancedIO's V1100 also supports a standard sockets-based software API.

The first member of the V1100 family, the V1120, will be available Q4 08.

- Kenton Williston
DSP DesignLine





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