OBSAI forum and RapidIO Trade Association partnership enables double speed in RP3 standard

The OBSAI and RapidIO associations were able to partner to leverage an existing and proven standard with SRIO to make the standard future-proof for new technologies, Frankfurt am Main, 29.09.2008 – The Open Base Station Architecture Initiative (OBSAI), a leading industry forum established in order to create a suite of open specifications for base station architectures, has today announced a doubling of the maximum data rate capability of its baseband…

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Seven New Members Join the RapidIO Trade Association

Market leaders to apply significant expertise and experience AUSTIN, TEXAS May 20, 2008 The RapidIO® Trade Association, dedicated to driving the development and adoption of the RapidIO interconnect standard, today announced several milestones underscoring its position as the preferred choice of embedded designers, including members, its latest technology roadmap, and a new Marketing Working Group Chair. “The versatility, performance and breadth of hardware and software solutions supporting the RapidIO standard…

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RapidIO Trade Association Inaugural 2008 Global Design Conference to be Held May 21nd in Munich

RapidIO Global Design Summits 2008: Converge, Learn, Innovate and Design, provide unique opportunities to learn about technology roadmaps, ecosystem developments, and implementation details from embedded industry experts. The RapidIO® Trade Association, dedicated to driving the development and adoption of the RapidIO interconnect standard, today announced the first of its RapidIO Global Design Summits 2008, “Converge, Learn, Innovate and Design,” to be held May 21, 2008 at the Novotel during WiMAX…

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New White Paper Finds Formal RapidIO® Device Interoperability Testing is the Cornerstone of the Due Diligence

First RapidIO Radio features author discussing how interoperability testing can mean the difference between market success and failure for both OEMs and vendors. A new white paper, Interoperability Testing and the RapidIO® Standard: The Need for Repeatable and Quantitative Assessment, released today by the RapidIO® Trade Association and by Fabric Embedded Tools Corporation (FET), identifies three key implementation challenges that often affect device interoperability. The paper offers embedded designers a…

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