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Denali IP for new SATA revision 2.5 specification

Posted: 25 Aug 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:purespec? databahn? serial ata revision 2.5? intel development forum? synthesizable ip core?

Denali Software Inc.'s Databahn and PureSpec intellectual property (IP) products now support the recent Serial ATA revision 2.5 specification from the Serial ATA International Organization (SATA-IO), the company announced last Tuesday (Aug. 23) at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, California.

Denali (Palo Alto, Calif.) said Databahn design IP for SATA is a complete, synthesizable IP core for designs based on the SATA revision 2.5 specification and that PureSpec verification IP provides a comprehensive verification solution for designs incorporating the new SATA revision 2.5 specification.

"The new SATA revision 2.5 specification consolidates the original SATA spec with six additional feature specifications and represents a new milestone in the maturity and stability of the full SATA feature set," said Knut Grimsrud, SATA-IO chairman and Intel senior principal engineer, in a statement. "Commercial IP products based on the new SATA Revision 2.5 specification, such as the Denali IP offerings, are a key part of the ecosystem in enabling timely product support for SATA technology and the rich SATA feature set."

- EE Times

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