The mission of the Open Compute Project (OCP) is to design and enable the delivery of the most efficient server, storage and data center hardware designs for scalable computing. ASSET has just joined the OCP to contribute to the reliability and availability of OCP designs.
In a previous blog, I described how the ScanWorks Embedded Diagnostics (SED) utility runs Intel CScripts nearly as fast as legacy methods. This applies in particular using the Emulex Pilot4 BMC, with its on-chip JTAG Master.
In a previous blog, I shared some prospective information on the real-time performance of Intel CScripts, when run on our SourcePoint debugger, versus legacy methods. This article contains quantitative measurements, and supports the theory that SourcePoint yields much higher throughput.
As described in earlier blogs, the new Intel Innovation Engine (IE) makes an ideal host for validation, debug, trace and test applications on Intel platforms. This article details the implementation of a JTAG execution engine on the IE for the purposes of printed circuit board structural and functional testing.
Last week, I wrote about Intel’s public announcement of the Innovation Engine (IE), an Intel architecture processor and I/O sub-system embedded into their upcoming generations of server platforms. This article describes the use of the IE for JTAG boundary-scan testing of memories.
Just this past week, Intel announced the Innovation Engine, a small Intel architecture processor and I/O sub-system embedded into their upcoming generations of server platforms. What is its purpose, and what new applications can run on it?