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Interposer for Kodiak PCIe Protocol Analysis System includes Industry’s First Integrated Power Analysis
OCP 3.0 NIC Interposer
PCIe x16 OCP 3.0 NIC\/EDSFF Interposer \nPCIe x8 EDSFF E3 Interposer
LONGMONT, Colo., May 25, 2023 (Newswire.com)
SerialTek, a leading provider of protocol test and analysis products for the data center and storage industries, including solutions for PCI Express® (PCIe®), NVM Express® (NVMe®), and Compute Express Link™ (CXL), today announced the availability of a modular, calibration-free interposer supporting OCP 3.0 NIC and EDSFF form factors. The interposer is compatible with current-generation PCIe 5.0 and is designed to support PCIe 6.0 PAM4 modulation at 64 GT/s and SerialTek’s future PCIe 6.0 protocol analyzers, allowing customers to invest in future-proofed solutions.
Importantly, the new interposer features the industry’s first integrated power analysis functionality, powered by a compact module from Quarch Technology Ltd, a leading provider of automated test solutions for the data storage, networking, and telecom industries. The power analysis module provides very high-accuracy measurements of voltage, current, and power, eliminating the need for bulky current probes/oscilloscopes or DC power analyzers.
PCI Express interposers are complex devices designed to be inserted non-intrusively between PCI Express system components that can operate over a variety of connectivity standards, and to interface from that system to a PCI Express protocol analyzer. SerialTek interposers use SI-Fi™, a proprietary probing technology that eliminates the need for hours-long calibration sequences, preserves the original signal quality of the link, and enables real-world PCIe link training debug.
“SerialTek has long been a leader in the storage and networking marketplaces, so we understand the significant analysis requirements of our customers who are developing and deploying CXL devices based on OCP and EDSFF standards,” said Paul Mutschler, SerialTek CEO. “This multi-form factor interposer with integrated power analysis provides a versatile, powerful solution for PCIe 5.0 and CXL analysis tasks today, and for tomorrow, built-in support for PCIe 6.0. Put simply, we are delivering performance and economy on multiple fronts: one tool, multiple form factors and multiple PCIe generations.”
Integrated Power Analysis and Monitoring is a Critical Complement to Protocol Analysis
The integration of the Quarch power analysis and monitoring module provides tracking of bus and device electricals without the need to employ an added fixture, which can adversely impact signal integrity and affect link-up performance. This field-proven module is calibrated to 100 µA, provides an impressive 4 µsec sampling rate, and delivers exceptional accuracies. With voltage, current, and power measurements integrated with the SerialTek protocol trace, along with the capture of sideband assertions, users get comprehensive, clear, and critical visibility on power consumption versus data throughput characteristics and excellent tracking of always-important power management link states.
“Quarch power products have become the industry standard for testing storage devices and indeed our capabilities helped inform the development of the OCP power testing specifications,” said Andy Norrie, Quarch Technology Operations Director. “The addition of our power analysis technology to SerialTek’s Kodiak platform is very exciting to see and will be a great benefit to the engineers using it.”
Improved and Expanded Testing Capabilities for CXL Engineers
SerialTek’s innovative Kodiak Protocol Analysis System supports CXL, an industry-standard cache-coherent interconnect for processors, memory expansion, and accelerators that enables data-intensive applications such as artificial intelligence to access memory more efficiently and at lower latencies. The new OCP/EDSFF interposer is compatible with new and upcoming CPU platforms from Intel and AMD that support CXL, as well as future ARM CPUs.
Availability and Configurations
The new SerialTek interposer supports lane widths of x16 for OCP 3.0 NIC and x8 for EDSFF and is available direct from SerialTek and its authorized distributors.
These interposers can be purchased in the following configurations (requires QTL2312 Power Analysis Module from Quarch):
- PEI-G6-16-OCPQ (PCIe x16 OCP 3.0 NIC/EDSFF Interposer with Integrated Quarch Power Analysis)
- PEI-G6-08-EDSQ (PCIe x8 EDSFF E3 Interposer with Integrated Quarch Power Analysis)
SerialTek, a member of the Symbiosys Alliance, is a provider of innovative protocol test and analysis tools for the data center and storage industry. Leading manufacturers depend on SerialTek products to improve product quality and drive time-to-market requirements. SerialTek solutions support a variety of standards, including PCI Express (PCIe), Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe), Serial Attached SCSI (SAS), and Serial ATA (SATA).
About Quarch Technology Ltd
Quarch Technology Ltd, a member of the Symbiosys Alliance, is a leading supplier of award-winning power analysis and fault injection test solutions for the data storage, networking, data center and automotive industries. Quarch provides automated and scalable test systems to enable its customers to confidently address their markets with higher-performing, dependable, and efficient products and services.
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Mona empowers businesses to leverage the full potential of generative AI through advanced, granular monitoring capabilities
Mona’s Generative AI Monitoring
Mona automatically detects issues such as profanity use within prompts.
ATLANTA, May 25, 2023 (Newswire.com)
Mona, the leading AI monitoring company, today announces the launch of its generative AI monitoring solution, providing complete visibility for prompt engineering, large language models, GPT, and other generative AI projects.
To ensure safe and effective use of generative AI approaches, avoid operational risks and ultimately gain the trust of business customers, it is critical to implement effective monitoring. Mona’s monitoring solution offers a range of benefits helping generative AI teams ensure the optimal performance and reliability of their generative AI. Key features include:
- Optimize API Usage: Track generative AI functionality and performance. Find opportunities to reduce resource usage and optimize your API calls with advanced, granular tracking and automatic improvement suggestions.
- Mitigate Risks: Get alerted on behavior outliers, drifts and sudden changes. Avoid problems caused due to model “hallucinations.” Unsure of what can go wrong? Mona knows exactly what to look for.
- Easy Integration: Just wrap your API calls with our client, and monitoring is set up automatically.
“Our platform has always focused on product-oriented AI and AI-based processes, as opposed to just monitoring the models,” said Itai Bar-Sinai, Chief Product Officer and Co-founder at Mona. “Mona is perfectly tailored to accommodate the industry’s shift towards using generative AI.”
Mona is ideal for teams that host their own LLMs or call on models built by others via API, enabling monitoring for any large language model and any image generation tool. For more information, please visit: https://www.monalabs.io/generative-ai.
Mona is a monitoring platform for AI in production. The intelligent monitoring solution helps organizations increase trust in their AI system by giving them an analytical engine that can detect issues weeks or longer before they come to the surface, and by that to help avoid AI catastrophes. The company’s highly configurable platform provides teams with tailored, real-time insights to monitor and investigate performance issues, proactively alerting them regarding model behavior anomalies and data integrity issues. Founded in 2018 by product leaders and operators from Google and McKinsey & Co., the company is backed by top VCs, with offices in Tel Aviv and Atlanta. Learn more by visiting http://www.monalabs.io.
Mona Introduces Industry’s First Generative AI Monitoring Solution
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KeyStar’s ZenSports platform approved by the Tennessee Sports Wagering Advisory Council to begin offering wagers in the State of Tennessee.
MIAMI, May 25, 2023 (Newswire.com)
KeyStar Corp® (OTC: KEYR) has announced that it has officially received a sports betting license to begin operating its sports wagering platform, ZenSports, in the State of Tennessee. The go-live date for ZenSports in Tennessee is set for early June.
The Tennessee Sports Wagering Advisory Council unanimously approved the decision 7-0.
ZenSports’ mobile platform offers a traditional sports book where customers can bet against the house, as well as a peer-to-peer sports betting marketplace. With ZenSports’ peer-to-peer marketplace, customers can create their own bets with their own odds and terms. Peer-to-peer bets can be shared with friends or via the app’s mobile two-sided marketplace, right from their phone.
For now, KeyStar Corp. submitted its current sports betting license application in Tennessee just for its traditional sports book, but will be submitting an application for its peer-to-peer sports betting marketplace soon, and hopes to have that approved for operations in Tennessee by later this year.
“We are beyond thrilled to be approved for our sports betting license in Tennessee,” according to KeySar CEO Mark Thomas. “The Tennessee sports betting market is one of the top 10 in the country, and the Tennessee Sports Wagering Advisory Council has been an absolute pleasure to work with these past 3+ months during our application process. This is an exciting time for both KeyStar and the sports betting community in Tennessee.”
Tennessee will be the first state that ZenSports goes live in. KeyStar expects to gain early market share with its simple-to-use platform, 24/7 customer support team, instant processing of withdrawals, and robust bonus structure that other sports books don’t offer.
“Initially, ZenSports will be able to gain market share with our unique product and customer experience, along with our loyalty and rewards programs,” said Thomas. “After potential approval of our peer-to-peer sports betting platform later in 2023, we expect those P2P features will continue to set ZenSports apart from our competitors, and provide a unique offering to sports betting consumers in Tennessee that gives them the ability to create their own bets.”
Tennessee processed $392.7M in sports betting handle and generated over $45.5M in revenue in March 2023 alone, consistently ranking Tennessee in the top 10 out of 36 states with legalized sports betting.
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KeyStar Corp. Receives Tennessee Sports Betting License
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