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I0 New digital buses

This 1-day seminar aims to describe and compare new digital interconnect standards

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Objectives
  • Packet switching benefits compared to shared busses are highlighted.
  • The course details the operation of new busses and the consequences on system architecture.
  • This workshop has been designed for project managers who intend to understand the operation of new buses without fully describing their protocol.
  • Many references to exerciser providers and component manufacturers are done in order to explain not only the features of new buses but also their ecosystem.
  • Ac6-training offers trainings covering in depth buses such as PCI-X, PCI-Express, RapidIO, IEEE1394a/b, USB2.0, HyperTransport, VME VXS.
A more detailed course description is available on request at training@ac6-training.com
Prerequisites
  • Experience of a digital bus like PCI or VME is recommanded.

TRANSITIONNING FROM SHARED BUSES TO POINT-TO-POINT BUSES
  • Limitations of the PCI
  • Parallel vs serial transfers
  • Differential mode
  • Packet switching
  • Convergence to a common physical layer
ENHANCEMENTS OF EXISTING BUSES
  • Intel Hub Link solution
  • PCI-X
  • VME Renaissance : 2eVME + 2eSST
NEW COMPONENT INTERCONNECT BUSES
  • Hypertransport
  • Parallel RapidIO
  • PCI Express
NEW CALCULATORS INTERCONNECT BUSES
  • Infiniband
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • Serial RapidIO
NEW BUSES ENABLING CONNECTION TO REMOTE PERIPHERALS
  • S-ATA
  • IEEE1394b
  • USB2.0, USB3.0
  • Serial FPDP
Summary
  • Detailed comparison between Gigabit Ethernet, Serial RapidIO and PCI Express
  • Various criterions are studied in order to clearly indicate the benefits and the disadvantages of these high speed interconnects