Press Release Summary:
Intended for large control and data acquisition applications, NAT-MCH-PHYS80 addresses requirements for high bandwidth to both AMCs and rear transition slot of MCH as well as for optical and copper uplinks in PCIe-based MTCA.4 systems. Board providesÃ‚Â PCIe bandwidth of 128 Gbps to local main CPU; supports cascading of MicroTCA.4 systems to increase number of PCIexpress slots to 24, 36, 48, etc; and provides external PCIexpress access via 128 Gbps optical or copper uplinks.
Original Press Release:
New PCIexpress Performance Highscore in Card Based 19inch Systems
Extend the number of PCIexpress Slots (/24, 36, 48,…), increase CPU PCIexpress bandwidth to 128Gbps, external PCIexpress access via 128Gbps optical or copper uplinks
The most recent member of the NAT-MCH family of products, the NAT-MCH-PHYS80Â and its extensions, are addressing the requirements of large control and data acquisition applications for:
Higher PCIexpress bandwidth (128Gbps) to the local main CPU
Optical and/or copper PCIexpress uplinks (128Gbps) to external CPUs
Cascading of MicroTCA.4 systems to increase the number of PCIexpress slots (24, 36, 48, …)
Support of additional RF backplane alongside of the digital AMC backplane
Reuse of existing MicroTCA.4 chassis
The open system standard MicroTCA.4 targets mid- and high performance applications requiring longevity, flexibility and scalability.
Thus MicroTCA.4 systems can be found in large installations with hundreds of systems, where signal quality, precise triggering, maintenance, upgradability and uptime are key, i.e. research and medical appliances.
Especially applications, which are installed far away or without direct access benefit from the sophisticated remote control working autonomously irrespective of the running applications. Corresponding link here: New PCIe Performance Highscore.
NAT-MCH-PHYS80, is addressing the requirements for higher bandwidth to both AMCs and the rear transition slot of the MCH as well as for optcial and copper uplinks in PCIe based MTCA.4 systems, targeting at large control and data acquisition applications.
PCIe Gen3 switch providing optical or copper uplinks and virtual clustering
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