VMETRO & Motorola Collaborate to Deliver High-Speed I/O on MVME5500.Business Editors/High-Tech Writers
OSLO, Norway & HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 23, 2004
VMETRO, the premier provider of best-of-breed products for high-speed sensor I/O (Input/Output) The transfer of data between the CPU and a peripheral device. Every transfer is an output from one device and an input to another. See PC input/output.
I/O - Input/Output , data recording and analyzers, and Motorola Computer Group, a part of Motorola Inc., today announced a collaborative effort that has resulted in the validation and benchmarking of VMETRO's DPIO DPIO District Public Information Office 2 Front Panel Data Port (FPDP FPDP Front Panel Data Port
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The results -- 380MB/s when the MVME5500 acts as the data source and 398MB/s when the DPIO2 acts as the data source -- represent 95% and 99% of the available FPDP II bandwidth respectively.
Utilized together, these cards provide a useful building block for systems requiring significant processing and I/O capabilities, such as those often found in surveillance, signal intelligence and telemetry as well as semiconductor and medical imaging applications.
"By validating and benchmarking a commonly used processing and I/O subsystem, VMETRO and Motorola have removed a prime obstacle to the construction of high-performance systems," said Dave Barker, Product Marketing Manager at Motorola Computer Group. "For the customer this translates into faster time to market and lower cost."
"VMETRO and Motorola have done the work so our customers will not have to," said Tom Bohman, Vice President of Business Development at VMETRO. "The existence of a validated and benchmarked solution will greatly ease the customer's integration experience."
VMETRO provides board- and system-level products for high-performance embedded real-time systems, with products based on open standards like VMEbus, PCI (1) (Payment Card Industry) See PCI DSS.
(2) (Peripheral Component Interconnect) The most widely used I/O bus (peripheral bus). , RACEway, RACE++ and Fibre Channel. Founded in 1986 in Oslo, Norway, and in the US since 1987, VMETRO is the world's largest manufacturer of bus analyzers for standard buses such as VMEbus, PCI, PCI-X (PCI eXtended) An enhanced PCI bus technology originally developed by IBM, HP and Compaq that is backward compatible with existing PCI cards. PCI and 32-bit PCI-X slots are physically the same, and PCI cards can plug into PCI-X slots. , PMC, CompactPCI and PCI Express. VMETRO also offers the MIDAS Midas (mī`dəs), in Greek mythology, king of Phrygia. Because he befriended Silenus, the oldest of the satyrs, Dionysus granted him the power to turn everything into gold by touch. family of PMC-based I/O Subsystems for VMEbus, RACEway and RACE++, with solutions for high-performance data acquisition and interconnects, as well as real-time data recording.
VMETRO is listed as one of the Forbes International 200 Best Small Companies and can be found on the Oslo, Norway Stock Exchange (ticker VME). For more information, visit VMETRO's Web site at http://www.vmetro.com.
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