(Vocus/PRWEB) January 21, 2011
Absolute Analysis, the worldwide leader in serial interface test solutions and protocol validation, announced today that they will be moderating a panel discussion on serial interface design at the upcoming RTECC show in Santa Clara, CA on Thursday, January 27, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. EDT.
The panel of experts will be discussing the problems and solutions of designing and testing high speed serial interfaces. As speeds approach and go beyond 10 Gbps, new challenges arise for designers implementing multi-gigabit multi-lane communications links. The panel will discuss these technical challenges, and offer current and future solutions.
The panel will be headed by Peter Brownell, Director at Absolute Analysis, and include industry experts in the storage/networking and also military embedded systems markets.
To register for the show, and listen to the panel discussion, go to http://www.rtecc.com.
About Absolute Analysis
Absolute Analysis develops test equipment that performs complete high speed serial bus verification and validation across standard protocols, custom or proprietary protocols, and mixed protocol environments. Protocol support includes Serial RapidIO, PCI Express, Ethernet up to 10 Gbps, and many others. Their flagship InvestigatorTM platform contains functions for full interoperability and compliance testing, consisting of protocol analysis, traffic generation, BER testing, error injection, and impairment testing. All verification is accomplished via a single piece of hardware, and a single user interface, saving customers both time and money. The company recently announced full backplane to network protocol validation capabilities, making Investigator the world’s only platform to handle full system protocol validation.
For more information on Absolute Analysis innovative solutions for the development and test of protocol and communications networks visit http://www.absoluteanalysis.com or telephone +1 805 376 6048.
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