InfiniBand: Highly scalable single fabric I/O standard with 20Gb/s host connectivity and 60Gb/s switch to switch links.

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  • High Speed Interconnects

    Company: Smiths Connectors

    Comprehensive array of high speed interconnects including quadrax and twinax connectors. We manufacturing to the following protocols: Fibre Channel, Ethernet Firewire, USB, DVI and InfiniBand.

  • dataMate® - Loopback SFP & SFP+

    Company: Methode Electronics

    dataMate® developed SFP and SFP+ Copper Loopbacks as a means to test links in networks or in other devices. Our copper loopbacks can be used in both copper and optical ports, offering the user a more flexible, robust and economical solution. They are designed for high-speed data rates of up to 10 Gbps to support Fibre Channel, InfiniBand and Ethernet.

  • DM-338-0 - Loopback CXP

    Company: Methode Electronics

    The DM-338-0 is a loopback module in a CXP form factor. It provides 12 pairs of transmit data channels connected to the corresponding receive channels. These data channels can operate at transmission speeds up to 10Gbps. The DM-338-0 is compliant with the CXP Specification (Infiniband Architecture Annex 6 and SFF-8642).

  • QSFP+tESTER Rx - Multi Channel Bit Error Rate Tester

    Company: Luceo Technologies

    You want to save time by measuring sensitivity on all four QSFP+ channels at the same time ? Here we go: BERT + E/O converter + optical attenuator + optical power meter. Have this four times in two mainframes. Only one clock source is needed.Covers 16G FibreChannel and Infiniband FDR.

  • SMART SystemS

    Company: SKY Computers

    The SMART systems architecture is developed around open, standard technologies such as Linux, InfiniBand™, MPI, VSIPL and Corba. Through the support of well-know development tools and libraries, customers can reduce development time and shorten time-to-deployment. This approach also provides customers the flexibility to operate within a heterogeneous computing environment.

  • NC1000 Series - Amplified Noise Modules

    Company: Noisecom

    The NC1000 Series amplified noise modules produce AWGN as high as +13 dBm, and have bandwidths up to 10 GHz. The high power modules are designed to test noise immunity for Cable TV equipment, secure communication channels, and military jamming systems. The lower power modules, <= 0 dBm, are random jitter sources for many applications including, PCIexpress, Infiniband, and 10 GigE.

  • B040 - 4.25 Gb/s BERT

    Company: Raybit Systems

    # 10 standards multi-rate BERT between 125Mb/s and 4.25Gb/s,# OC-3/12/48, Fast Ethernet/Gigabit, 1/2/4 Fiber Channel, InfiniBand, ESCON# PRBS 27-1, 223-1 and 231-1., K28.5 pattern or clock generation# Error detection with internal integrated CDR# Trigger: data rate divided by n (n = 2, 4, 8, 16, 32)

  • QSFP28 / QSFP+ - Transceivers

    Company: Eoptolink Technology

    The Quad Small Form-factor Pluggable (often abbreviated as QSFP or QSFP+) is a compact, hot-pluggable transceiver used for data communications applications. It interfaces a network device motherboard (for a switch, router, media converter or similar device) to a fiber optic cable. It is a industry format jointly developed and supported by many network component vendors. QSFP+ transceivers are designed to support Serial Attached SCSI, 40G Ethernet, 20G/40G Infiniband, and other communications standards.

  • HSSub - PXI Express-based High Speed Subsystem

    Company: Teradyne

    The Teradyne PXI Express-based High Speed Subsystem (HSSub) addresses defense and aerospace ATE requirements that are common to most recent designs including buses with increasing speeds, protocol complexity, big data handling and processing demands. HSSub further accommodates the need for lower latency interaction with the unit under test. HSSub is designed for integration into existing or future test systems with the ease of a single LXI instrument. For serial or parallel, standardized or custom, and protocol-based buses of any speed including: LVDS, LVTTL, M-LVDS, Fibre Channel, FireWire, Ethernet, Serial RapidIO, PCI Express and Infiniband.

  • Test Engines

    Company: Verified Systems

    The test system cluster architecture is based on dual CPU or 4-CPU PCs acting as cluster nodes. The nodes communicate and synchronise over a high-speed network (Myrinet or InfiniBand). A modification of the Linux operating system allows to run the test execution and evaluation algorithms in hard real-time on reserved CPUs, where scheduling is non-preemptive and controlled by the test system itself. The interrupts caused by interfaces to the system under test may be relayed to CPUs designated explicitly for their handling. This approach offers the opportunity to utilise high-performance standard hardware and the services provided by the widely accepted Linux operating system in combination with all mechanisms required for hard real-time computing. The cluster architecture presents an opportunity to distribute interfaces with high data throughput on different nodes, so that PCI bus overload can be avoided. In addition, the CPU load can be balanced by allocating test data generators, environment simulations and checkers for the behaviour of the system under test (“test oracles”) on dedicated CPUs.