WaveRunner 6 Zi, Tops Industry Benchmarks for Performance and Price
WaveRunner 6 Zi $30,000 USD
LabMaster, Record-Breaking Bandwidth, Channel Count, and Signal Fidelity Support New High Speed Technologies
WaveMaster 8 Zi-A, Winner of 2011 DesignVision Award
SPARQ, S-Parameters Quick
In conjunction with the SPARQ, LeCroy also previewed the Signal Integrity Studio. This modeling, simulation and analysis software package combines SPARQ S-parameter measurements with channel and equalizer modeling, eye diagramming, and jitter analysis to provide insight into the effects that impedance mismatches, losses and equalization choices have on signal integrity characteristics of the device under test.
Kibra, Industry’s First Stand-alone DDR3 Protocol Analyzer
PCI Express 3.0 Test Solutions for All Phases of Silicon Development
LeCroy’s comprehensive integrated suite of test and debug solutions include physical layer transmitter and receiver test options, TDR/S-parameter measurement devices, and an industry acclaimed protocol analyzer in an extremely cost effective bundle. With the announcement of the sophisticated 12-port SPARQ® to characterize multi-lane PCI Express® 3.0 connectivity, and the industry’s only protocol aware BERT – Phoenix®, LeCroy has closed the loop on all test and debug needs for PCI Express 3.0.
About LeCroy Corporation
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This release contains forward-looking statements, including those pertaining to the WaveRunner 6 Zi oscilloscope platform, LabMaster, WaveMaster 845 Zi-A, SPARQ-4012E, Kibra and the most comprehensive end-to-end test instrument suite for PCI Express® 3.0, their capabilities, characteristics, capacities, technology, design, performance, effectiveness and usefulness, the size of the market for each product, the likely cost range and whether that is competitively priced, and the effectiveness of third-party distribution channels. There can be no assurance that actual results will not materially differ from expectations. Actual performance and results of operations may differ materially from those projected or suggested in the forward-looking statements due to certain risks and uncertainties including, without limitation, volume and timing of orders received, changes in the mix of products sold, competitive pricing pressure, the Company’s ability to anticipate changes in the market, the availability and timing of funding for the Company’s current products, the development of future products and the Company’s ability to use intellectual property and protect its patent portfolio. LeCroy undertakes no obligation to publicly update forward-looking statements, whether because of new information, future events or otherwise. Further information on potential factors that could affect LeCroy Corporation’s business is described in the Company’s reports on file with the SEC.
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