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M-PCIe Interoperability: Seeing is Believing

I was in Los Angeles, California visiting a friend that has been working in the movie business and it reminded me about the videos that we shot at PCI-SIG of the M-PCIe demos. After doing a few short videos over time, I have a whole new respect for the actors and actresses that make movies. It’s not as easy as it seems. At the beginning of the video “Industry’s First GEAR3 M-PCIe and M-PHY Demo”, I’m shrugging my shoulders after being told to loosen up and they caught that on tape and it’s now part of our demo. I have a hard time believing that was the best take and I’m going to have a conversation with the editing department! You should see the blooper reel they made as they turned this into a dancing Scott. Scary, very scary.

In my previous blog posts, I went through the two demos that we did for PCI-SIG in June. In the posts, I had some pictures of the demos, but it’s still not the same as watching a video to get the flavor of the demo. After all, “Seeing is Believing!” and this is the first interoperability demo between two companies’ M-PCIe solutions.

This first video is “Intel and Synopsys: Industry’s First M-PCIe IP Interoperability Demonstration”.  You can read the technical details of the demo and see pictures in the previous post “PCI-SIG DevCon 2013: PCI Express Everywhere!” Click on the graphic below to watch the video.

The second video is “Industry’s First GEAR3 M-PCIe and M-PHY Demo”. You can read about the technical details of the demo and see pictures in the previous post “PCI-SIG DevDon 2013: M-PCIe with M-PHY Shifts into GEAR 3“. Click on the graphic below to watch the video.

For more information on Synopsys’ M-PCIe solutions, you can visit our web site for additional information.

As always, we’d love to hear from you on the value of these posts and any ideas that you’d like for Richard or I to talk about.

Enjoy,

Scott

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