Reflective memory PMC

  • 13-Mar-2009 09:16 EDT
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The P512 reflective memory PMC from MEN Micro provides real-time redundant memory storage across multiple computers in a networked system. In addition to high transmission speeds and exceptional flexibility, the 32-bit/33-MHz device offers increased data security as well as expanded memory capacity, since memory elements can be read from and written to different processors simultaneously and shared among PCs, providing a redundant memory architecture. The unit is used in mission-critical and data-intensive applications including data acquisition, test and measurement, industrial automation and control, and aerospace applications. Each module offers 32 MB soldered, field-programmable-gate-array-controlled, DDR2 synchronous dynamic random-access memory and a low-voltage differential signaling channel with a connection speed of 230 MHz and 86 MB/s. The PMC supports multimode transmission up to 6 ft, so it can be integrated into a mesh connecting all modules of the network to each other; each system CPU features a PMC module for connection to the other computers.
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