"We applaud Tundra's initiative in the launch of RIOLAB, a facility that meets the need for
interoperability test reports that will assist the whole industry in a
faster and more thorough evaluation of RapidIO technology and existing
semiconductor devices. This lab will produce a critical piece of the
due diligence required to move forward."
Dr. Peter Olanders
Research Manager at Ericsson
and Vice Chairman of the RapidIO Trade Association
look forward to leveraging the capability that the RapidIO
Interoperability Lab will provide to facilitate Freescales efforts to
meet our customers needs. We congratulate Tundra for its leadership in
taking this step, and in its commitment to keeping the RapidIO
Interoperability Lab independent, a strategy that should provide an
extremely high level of confidence among both the RapidIO ecosystem and
Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.
is very encouraging to see the formation of this lab at a time when
there is an immediate and expanding need for interoperability testing
of products currently on the market as well as new RapidIO-based
devices that continue to be introduced by a growing number of
Distinguished member of technical staff at Lucent Technologies
and Chairman of the RapidIO Trade Associations Steering Committee.
establishment of RIOLAB will further strengthen RapidIO
interoperability efforts and accelerate the establishment of an
independent third-party lab facility to support the RapidIO Trade
Association. We look forward to performing vendor interoperability
tests between our products and other RapidIO devices.
Director of the Silicon Solutions Group
Advanced Solutions Business Unit
Mercury Computer Systems, Inc.
the availability of RapidIO IP cores for Virtex-4 FX FPGAs, it is even
more important for Xilinx to see the realization of a formal RapidIO
Interoperability Lab through which we can demonstrate interoperability
with a growing number of other end point and switch vendors.
Senior Manager PCIe, RIO, ASI IPs
The existence of a RapidIO community interoperability lab is timely given
the proliferation of new products. With the support of other leading
ecosystem vendors, RIOLAB provides a facility where vendors can verify
the function of their devices, thereby reassuring customers that their
development work can be applications focused."
RapidIO Trade Association
interoperability lab will provide TI with an additional tool to show
customers that our next-generation RapidIO products are the right
choice for wireless infrastructure."
Dr. Alan Gatherer
Chief Technology Officer
Texas Instruments Communications Infrastructure Group
Altera's FPGA's and IP offerings have successfully supported RapidIO over several years and RIOLAB is further evidence of the maturity of RapidIO as a next-generation interconnect technology and comes at a time when customer demand requires the level of certification that can only be delivered by an independent interoperability lab."
Director of IP & Technology Marketing