the world's leading provider of programmable logic solutions, today announced complete solutions for the Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) System Packet Interface (SPI) 4.
What does SPI stand for?
SPI stands for System Packet Interface
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Summary of Proposed Investment (various organizations)
- Superintendent of Public Instruction (Washington State)
- Support Program Integrator (US DoD)
- Surface Position Indicator
- Svenska Petroleum Institutet (Swedish Petroleum Institute)
- Swiss Performance Index (trademark of SWX Swiss Exchange)
- Swiss Post International
- Synchronous Physical Interface
- Syndicat des Producteurs Indépendants (French: Union of Independent Producers)
- Syngenta Philippines Inc. (Makati City, Philippines)
- System Programmable Interrupt
- System Programming Interface
- System Property Intervals
- Systems Products International
- Sysware Philippines Inc (Republic of the Philippines)
- Spectrograph Infrared Camera
- Soy Protein Isolate and its Hydrolysate (nutrition)
- Software Process Improvement - Quality Assurance
- Serial Peripheral Interface 0
- Salmonella Pathogenicity Island 1
Samples in periodicals archive:
The SLA IA builds upon the System Packet Interface - Scalable (SPI-S) implementation agreement, making the high-speed interface available for immediate deployment.
Feb 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Silicon Logic Engineering (SLE), a provider of high-end digital application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) and system-on-chip (SOC) intellectual property (IP) and design services, today announced that its System Packet Interface (SPI)-4 Phase 2 is silicon proven and available in 7 different technologies.
2, or System Packet Interface Level 4, technology now widely used in networking equipment.
The first member of the PivotPoint board-level switch family, the FM1010, is designed for high-performance networking, storage and computing applications and features six System Packet Interface 4 Phase 2 (SPI-4.
Our device's OIF SPI-3 interface (Optical Interface Forum System Packet Interface, Level 3) allows for glueless connection to popular NPUs and SONET/SDH framer/mapper devices, thus shortening development time and lowering costs.
Since initially communicating the company's standards-based switching and interconnect strategy in April 2004, IDT has announced its PRECISE(TM) family of PCI Express products and released a portfolio of system packet interface (SPI) packet-exchange devices.
For a detailed data sheet on the new System Packet Interface Level-4 macro, visit http://www.