Enhance Service Delivery and Accelerate Financial Applications with Consolidated Market Data
The Cisco, AdvancedIO, Maystreet white paper covers in detail the advantage of developing and optimizing low latency solutions that span the network, server and applications from best-in-class vendors. It demonstrates a viable solution for managing several major market data feeds using a single network card from AdvancedIO, a key requirement of many trading applications.
Solving Data Transport Challenges in Radar and Sensor Applications
FPGAs have been shown as the ultimate guarantors of real-time performance for high-speed inter-processor and I/O communication in defense applications. It is important to select the appropriate architecture to meet performance metrics, and the appropriate development tools to meet time-to-market.
Smart, Fast Trading Platforms Start with FPGAs
The quest for ever increasing speed is propelling the adoption of FPGA technology in ultralow-latency financial systems. FPGAs are unique in their ability to process massive amounts of data in real-time and bring a level of determinism and consistency that is not possible with other technologies.
FPGAs Enable Fast Data Transport in Radar and Sensor Systems
10 Gbit Ethernet has emerged as a viable option for high-speed inter-processor and I/O communications. This paper introduces a high-efficiency architecture that leverages FPGA technology to stream data directly from sensors onto the10GbE network.
Getting 10GbE onto XMC platform: VITA 42.6 defines high-speed Ethernet standard
If you thought Ethernet was only a command and control fabric, think again. At 10 Gbps, Ethernet is now ready to serve as the high-bandwidth data plane. VITA 42.6 defines the 10 GbE standard for the XMC platform, giving benign and rugged military applications access to the king of fat data pipes.
10 GbE in net-centric warfare: Why commercial network cards can’t drive the application
When it comes to using 10 GbE in high-performance real-time applications, it is not enough to simply grab the mass-market technologies off the shelf. Instead, the unique requirements of net-centric warfare applications require purpose-built solutions to meet these real-time needs.
VITA 42.6: Standardizing 10 Gbit Ethernet for XMC
VITA 42.6 defines an open standard for supporting 10 Gbit Ethernet on the XMC form factor, further enabling the acceptance of Ethernet in rugged military applications.
Balancing Line Rate and Security: FPGA-Based MicroTCAs Enable 10-Gbits/s Network Traffic
The flexibility and scalability of MicroTCA and FPGAs keep traffic flowing quickly, smoothly and securely in 10GbE networks.
40 and 100 Gigabit Ethernet: Ready for Real-Time?
With 10 Gigabit Ethernet just ramping up in deployment, the natural question is, “What about 40GbE and 100GbE?” In terms of real-time applications, the needed tweaks are being made to 10GbE, but 40GbE and 100GbE remain in the server space – for now.
10GbE: Well Suited for Demanding New C4ISR Apps
High–bandwidth, “fat pipe” data processing is becoming a vital technology for COMINT, ELINT, situational awareness and other applications. 10 Gbit Ethernet has emerged as the interface solution of choice for those systems.
10 Gigabit Ethernet: Integrating a Standard Protocol into High-Speed Real-Time Systems
When it comes to 10 Gigabit Ethernet, the demands of embedded applications, such as real-time record and playback systems, have more requirements than mass-market network applications. Close attention to hardware capabilities and software features is essential.
FPGA-based Stack Acceleration and Processor Board Architecture Underpin 10GbE Performance
The use of FPGAs can be insurance against disaster in getting the true potential performance out of implementing 10 Gigabit Ethernet.
Optimizing Embedded Systems for Broadband 10 Gigabit Ethernet Connectivity
Undoubtedly, Ethernet is the most widely used interconnect technology in computer networks. For the past 33 years, Ethernet performance has advanced from a 10 Mbps technology to today’s 10 Gbps solution.