High-speed DDR3L XMC Memory Module with two x4 Serial Rapid IO interfaces
Merritt Island, FL. – December 15, 2015 – Rigel Engineering introduces the XC9000 high-speed XMC memory buffer module designed to supplement any high performance embedded computing (HPEC) system that requires high-speed temporary storage.
Rigel Engineering’s XC9000 is a high-performance XMC buffer memory card that supports up to two x4 Serial Rapid IO (sRIO) interfaces. Each interface is dedicated to an 8 or 16Gbyte bank of high-speed DDR3L memory with ECC. The throughput of each x4 sRIO interface can support sustained 6Gbps read and 6Gbps write cycles. The card may also be configured as a single sRIO interface with 8 or 16GB of memory. An example application includes DSP processing systems that require temporary fast storage and expanded memory capability.
“The XC9000’s memory capacity, high-performance and state of the art design make it ideal for high-speed systems that require a larger memory buffer than is typically available on the system’s base card”, says Lee Stevens, CEO of Rigel Engineering. “This is the only such product currently available in the industry”.
- Up to 32 GBs DDR3L Memory on an XMC platform with dual x4 Serial Rapid IO (sRIO) ports
- Configured as two separate memory banks, one for each sRIO port
- Commercial Air-Cooled and Rugged, Conduction-Cooled available
- Vita Standard 42.0/42.2 compliant
- ECC Support
- Two 4x sRIO ports at 2.5GHz or 3.125GHz
- 4GB/s bandwidth per DDR3L interface
- 6Gb/s simultaneous R/W performance across sRIO
- Max power 8 watts
About Rigel Engineering, LLC
Rigel Engineering is an embedded computing company that provides custom electronics, Single Board Computers, small form factor systems and carrier cards for military and commercial applications. We have a proven track record of designing and manufacturing custom cards quickly and reliably with little or no NRE. We are your Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) development house, building cards and systems to your specification all the while leveraging the benefits of the COTS life cycle model.