Keysight Technologies’ Ixia Solutions Group collaborated with networking company Innovium to validate terabit-speeds on an Innovium switch for supporting large-scale data centers.
The Innovatium Teralynx Ethernet switch line was able to achieve 12.8 Tbps in a single chip, as validated by Keysight’s K400 400 gigabit Ethernet test solution; the switch can be configured to provide 128 ports of 100 GbE, 64 ports of 200 GbE or 32 400 GbE ports.
“Achieving this performance at up to 400GbE speeds is important as we work with customers, system vendors and copper and optical interconnect ecosystem partners to drive successful adoption of solutions based on Teralynx,” said Amit Sanyal, VP of product management and marketing for Innovium. The switch was spotlighted at the Open Compute Project U.S. Summit this week in San Jose, Calif.
In other test news:
–GL Communications released the latest version of its T1 E1 analysis suite, which now includes a DDS protocol analyzer and Windows 10 support, among other new features.
–National Instruments said that its PXI and LabView-based hardware-in-the-loop simulation testing has allowed Subaru to reduce its test development cycle for electric vehicles by 90 percent, implementing a HIL system to test the embedded vehicle controller in one to two weeks at a fraction of the cost. Subaru plans to use the test set-up as a final quality check and eventually expand its use to all Subaru vehicles.
– Manufacturing systems company Aegis Software is partnering with test company Seica to support Industry 4.0 initiatives, combining Aegis’ manufacturing digitalization software with Seica’s hardware.
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