High-Speed Switched Serial Fabrics Improve System Design (Seventh Edition)

Well into its third decade of widespread deployment, adopted the new gigabit serial interface, clearly representing the most significant leap in rates throughout its entire history.

Because VXS delivered such a dramatic improvement in embedded system performance, the use of was extended to create . The OpenVPX initiative followed shortly thereafter, as risk-averse government agencies mandated the need for industry-wide standards. The hallmark of any successful standard is that it continues to evolve with technology, and none offers a better example than VME’s evolution to VXS and VPX.