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U3055A SerialTek BusXpert PRO II 12G SAS/SATA Analyzer

Product Status: Discontinued | Currently Supported
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Key Features & Specifications

Accurate capture

  • 500 pico second Timestamp Resolution
  • Eye-Opener front end
  • Tunable RX/TX signaling

Convenient design

  • Up to 72 GB of trace buffer
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Cascade multiple units for time and event based synchronization
  • 7 unique Status LEDs per port

Additional features

  • XML based decoding
  • Easy definition of custom decodes
  • Status LEDs for SPD, OOB, Link, Frame, 10b Err, Command, Err Sts
  • Up to 8 simultaneous trigger sequencers

Description

For today’s SAS and SATA developers and integrators, getting to the root of a problem can be especially difficult when there isn’t an obvious trigger condition. Troubleshooting is further complicated by ever-climbing storage capacities, data rates, and protocol complexity. Faster and deeper analyzers are needed to keep up. Traditionally, those needing to capture large amounts of traffic have been faced with limited trace buffers, long waits to view the data, slow searches, and slow saving. SerialTek has overcome the old limitations with the BusXpert Series of SAS/SATA Analyzers.

The BusXpert uses advanced technologies such as the industry’s first PCI Express x4 uplink to the host (550 MB/s), up to 72GB of buffer, Hardware Accelerated Gigabit Ethernet, pre-indexed and compressed trace data, multiple analysis processors, and instant display of the captured data. The BusXpert also features easy-to-use triggering, pre-/post-filtering, textual search and sequence search, and many different displays of the captured traffic. The analyzer is available in a variety of configurations to fit specific needs for buffer size, port-count, protocols, and budget. The BusXpert breaks free of past analyzer limitations and lets users spend more time on development and debug efforts.