Myriad Logic introduces RACE option to VME64 line

At COTScon East`99, leaders of Myriad Logic in Silver Spring, Md., introduced a RACE ++ option for their VME64 line, which is due to be available in the third quarter of this year. The option will increase the port-to-port bandwidth from 160 megabytes per second to 264 megabytes per second while remaining compatible with the RACEway architecture of Mercury Computer Systems in Chelmsford, Mass. Available interfaces include Fibre Channel and Dual Fibre Channel, ID-1 recorder, Ampex recorder, and p

Jul 1st, 1999

At COTScon East`99, leaders of Myriad Logic in Silver Spring, Md., introduced a RACE ++ option for their VME64 line, which is due to be available in the third quarter of this year. The option will increase the port-to-port bandwidth from 160 megabytes per second to 264 megabytes per second while remaining compatible with the RACEway architecture of Mercury Computer Systems in Chelmsford, Mass. Available interfaces include Fibre Channel and Dual Fibre Channel, ID-1 recorder, Ampex recorder, and parallel HIPPI. Typical applications include signal and image processing, telemetry, data collection and storage, and remote sensing, all of which require high input/output rates. — J.R.

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