Overview

Description

The IDT RXS1632 is a RapidIO, multi-port switch that is compliant to the Serial RapidIO Interconnect Specification (Revision 3.2). The switch fabric supplies non-blocking bandwidth of 400 Gbps for up to 16 ports and 32 lanes. The packet transfer performance through the fabric is optimized through buffer management schemes and configurable queuing modes. The RapidIO switch supports standard RapidIO routing functionality, including unicast and up to 256 multicast groups.

The RXS1632 supports flow control based on eight separate priorities that contains a queue aging function to ensure that high priority traffic does not starve low priority traffic under congestion. The device provides extensive accessibility to create an optimal configuration by allowing access to all features of the switch via any port. 

Learn more: IDT RapidIO Development Systems

Features

  • Compliant to Serial RapidIO 3.2 Specification (10xN, Gen 3)
  • 32 lanes, with up to 8x4, 16x2, 16x1 port configurations
  • Full-duplex 400 Gbps non-blocking bandwidth
  • Port-to-port latency approaching 100 ns
  • 1.25, 2.5, 3.125, 5.0, 6.25, 10.3125, and 12.5 Gbaud
  • Supports any topology for a highly scalable system
  • SerDes supports long-reach (100cm + 2 connectors)
  • 29 x 29 FCBGA

Documentation

Title Type Date
PDF991 KB
Datasheet
PDF183 KB
Application Note
TXT9 KB
Carrier/Package
PDF7.05 MB
Manual - Hardware
PDF2.07 MB
Manual - Hardware
PDF12 KB
Other
PDF603 KB
Overview
PDF991 KB
Overview
PDF824 KB
Product Brief
PDF50 KB
Product Brief
PDF2.58 MB
Schematic

Design & Development

Software & Tools

Software Downloads

Title Type Date
ZIP2.92 MB
Software & Tools - Other
ZIP2.92 MB
Software & Tools - Other
ZIP37.10 MB
Software & Tools - Other
ZIP37.10 MB
Software & Tools - Other
H195 KB
Software & Tools - Other
ZIP12 KB
Software & Tools - Other
ZIP12 KB
Software & Tools - Other
PDF1.63 MB
Software & Tools - Software

Models

Models

Title Type Date
Model - BSDL
Model - IBIS
Model - SPICE
Model - Thermal

Support

Videos & Training

RapidIO 10xN (Gen 3) Switches by IDT

IDT's RapidIO 10xN (Gen 3) compliant devices offer up to 50Gbps port speeds and 600Gbps non-blocking aggregate bandwidth and are backward compatible with previous generations. At 100ns latency, these switches offer performance to support 4G LTE-Advanced and 5G mobile infrastructure and real-time mobile edge & high performance computing. With superior energy efficiency and fault tolerance the RXS family is also well suited for imaging, aerospace, industrial control, and defense applications. The new family is composed of the RXS2448, with 24 ports and 48 lanes, and the RXS1632, with 16 ports and 32 lanes.

Presented by Trevor Hiatt, Principal Product Manager, Integrated Device Technology, Inc. Learn more at http://www.idt.com/go/rapidIO.

TRANSCRIPT

Hi. I'm Trevor Hiatt, and I'm happy to introduce IDT's next generation RapidIO switches, the RXS family. Supporting the latest 10xN RapidIO standard, these chips are extremely low latency and high bandwidth, and are designed to take on the challenges of the coming 5G mobile network, as well as other compute intensive applications. IDT introduced our prior generation of RapidIO switches in 2010, and since then they've become ubiquitous in communications infrastructure, with virtually every 4G phone call and download around the world going through our chips.

They're also being used for mobile edge and high-performance computing and data analytics. That's because RapidIO delivers the ultra-low latency needed to efficiently move and manage vast volumes of data. With our new family of RapidIO switches, ultra-fast just got a whole lot faster. We're talking about port to port latency approaching 100 nanoseconds, and a flexible non-blocking fabric with switching performance of 600 gigabits per second. That's greater than twice the performance of the prior generation, exceeding the bandwidth requirements of the 10xN standard, and all with better energy efficiency than our prior generation and competing solutions.

In addition to being optimized for 5G infrastructure, the 10xN switches are ideal for 4G LTE-Advanced systems, as well as a wide variety of markets where latency creates a bottleneck to achieving the potential performance of a system. These markets include mobile infrastructure, data center, aerospace, industrial control, and defense. The new family is comprised of the RXS2448, with 24 ports and 48 lanes, and the RXS1632 with 16 ports and 32 lanes. They're backward compatible with existing RapidIO ecosystems, protecting previous hardware and software investments. Leveraging this compatibility can accelerate a product's time to market.

There's lots more information about the RXS switches on the IDT website at www.idt.com/go/rapidio. Thanks for watching.

News & Blog Posts

IDT and CERN openlab Mark Milestone for Data Acquisition and Data Center Analytics Applications Used for Large Hadron Collider News
Huawei Selects IDT RapidIO Technology for Video Platform News
IDT and Prodrive Technologies Partner to Develop 100ns Latency, Energy-Efficient RapidIO Switch Appliance Portfolio News
IDT and 5G Lab Germany Collaborate on Technology to Enable Network-Connected Autonomous Vehicles News
IDT Launches Next-Generation RapidIO Switches for 5G Mobile Network Development and Mobile Edge Computing News
IDT and CERN openlab Engineer Low-Latency RapidIO Platform to Speed and Improve Analytics at Large Hadron Collider and Data Center News
IDT Launches Low-Latency Computing Platform to Speed Big Data Analytics and Deep Learning at the Edge of Networks News
IDT’s RapidIO Solutions Enable Fujitsu’s C-RAN Deployments News
IDT Launches Open High-Performance Analytics and Computing Lab to Integrate RapidIO Interconnect with Heterogeneous Platforms News
IDT RapidIO Interconnect Enables Orange’s Successful Social Media Analytics Project News
IDT and eSilicon to Collaborate on Next-Generation RapidIO Switches News
IDT Introduces RapidIO®-based Supercomputing and Data Center Reference Platform with 20 Gbps-per-port Switching and Intel Processing News
IDT RapidIO® 20 Gbps-per-port Switches Provide High-performance Interconnect for Low-power BrownDwarf Supercomputer News