HSIOHigh Speed Input/Output
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The company's HSIO (high-speed input/output) Validation Assistant (HVA) is a new datamining tool for ASSET'S Scan Works boundary-scan platform.
As the throughput on HSIO buses has increased, they have become more sensitive to interference, and their operating margins relative to their eye masks have decreased.
"Continually validating a system over all of its life cycle has become tremendously important and much more complicated as the speeds of HSIO buses have escalated," said Caffee.
(1) Nor Shakirina Nadzri, (1) Vithyacharan Retnasamy, (1) Zaliman Sauli, (1) Tan Hsio Mei and (2) Hussin Kamarudin
ASSET-InterTech highlighted its HSIO Validation Assistant, a new datamining tool for the company's InterTech's ScanWorks platform that automatically analyzes a database of signal-integrity test data.
(1) Nor Shakirina Nadzri, (1) Vithyacharan Retnasamy, (1) Zaliman Sauli, (2) Tan Hsio Meiand Hussin Kamarudin
High-speed I/O (HSIO) is presenting significant measurement challenges as fourth-generation standards emerge.
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Woppman elaborated on the company's embedded instrument technology (Figure 3): "All of the tools for the ScanWorks platform for embedded instruments are targeted at PCB and assembly test." In addition to the integration with Teradyne instruments, he cited FPGA-controlled test (FCT), the high-speed I/O (HSIO) validation tool, and tools that support the IEEE P1687 Internal JTAG (IJTAG) standard.
In other news, ASSET InterTech has leveraged its eight-year relationship with Intel to provide designers of micro-server circuit boards based on the Intel Atom processor with a tool capable of nonintrusively validating the signal integrity on high-speed input/output (HSIO) and memory buses.
ASSET'S ScanWorks HSIO for Intel Architecture (IA) is a nonintrusive software-based toolkit to take advantage of Intel's embedded instrumentation technology.