DY 4 unveils rugged Fibre Channel PMC modules

Engineers at DY 4 Systems in Kanata, Ontario, are offering a new PCI Mezzanine Card (PMC)-based host bus adapter called the PMC-640. This card uses ANSI-standard Fibre Channel for mission-critical applications that require high data throughput, low latency, real-time transfers, and minimized host processor overhead. Company engineers intend these PMCs for applications in digital signal processing, radar, sonar, network backbones, system clustering, video and image processing, and map displays. T

Mar 1st, 1998

Engineers at DY 4 Systems in Kanata, Ontario, are offering a new PCI Mezzanine Card (PMC)-based host bus adapter called the PMC-640. This card uses ANSI-standard Fibre Channel for mission-critical applications that require high data throughput, low latency, real-time transfers, and minimized host processor overhead. Company engineers intend these PMCs for applications in digital signal processing, radar, sonar, network backbones, system clustering, video and image processing, and map displays. The card couples tightly with the DY 4 SVME-178 PowerPC and SVME-190 Pentium single-board computers. For more information, contact DY 4`s Duncan Young by phone at 613-599-9199, ext. 298, by fax at 613-599-7777, or by e-mail at sales@dy4.com. - J.K.

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