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LeCroy Introduces 90 Degree Server Interposer for PCI Express 3.0 Protocol Analysis

SANTA CLARA, Calif. Feb. 1, 2011

The 90 Degree G3 Server Interposer card is based on LeCroy’s T.A.P.3 (Transparent Acquisition Probing) technology for PCIe 3.0, which was introduced on the Summit T3-16 product line last year. The new interposer is ideal for 1U and 2U server testing in that the PCI Express connector is mounted perpendicular to the surface of the interposer, instead of attached at the top of the interposer.  Add-in cards can now easily connect to the interposer without interference by the internal structure of the chassis.  The new 90 Degree Server interposer supports connectivity to full height or standard size add-in cards.

John Wiedemeier

LeCroy protocol analyzers have been at the forefront of PCI Express development tools.  All LeCroy protocol analyzers feature a hierarchical display, real-time statistics, protocol traffic summaries, detailed error reports, powerful scripting, and the ability to create user-defined test reports, which allow developers to troubleshoot intricate problems and finish their projects on time.

Availability

www.lecroy.com

About LeCroy

Chestnut Ridge, New York http://www.lecroy.com

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Media contact:

Peter Fletcher – TechniPubs

(408) 373-5601

Editors’ Technical contact:

John Wiedemeier, Product Marketing Manager

(408) 486-7211

Customer contact:

LeCroy Customer Care Center

(800) 553-2769

SOURCE LeCroy Corporation

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