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Company Overview of Macnica Americas, Inc.
Macnica Americas, Inc. operates as a franchised distributor in North America. It offers partial or full turnkey design of field-programmable gate arrays, and related power supplies, as well as complete PCB design services. The company specializes in various aspects of high speed communications protocols and networking, video broadcast, signal processing, and storage applications. Macnica Americas, Inc. was formerly known as OSI Solutions, Inc. and changed its name to Macnica Americas, Inc. in October 2011. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Solana Beach, California with sales offices in North America. As of September 30, 2011, Macnica Americas, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of M...
380 Stevens Avenue
Solana Beach, CA 92075
Founded in 2008
Key Executives for Macnica Americas, Inc.
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Macnica Americas, Inc. Key Developments
Mentor Graphics Signs Macnica Americas as a Distributor for EDA Software
Nov 7 14
Mentor Graphics Corporation announced it has signed Macnica Americas, Inc. as a new distributor for North America. The Mentor Graphics(R) products offered by Macnica Americas include the ModelSim(R) simulator, the Questa(R) functional verification platform, and the HyperLynx(R) family of high-speed printed circuit board (PCB) simulation and analysis tools.
MoSys Announces Macnica Americas Support of GigaChip Interface for High-Performance Chip-to-Chip Communications
Apr 23 13
MoSys announced that Macnica Americas will support the GigaChip(TM) Interface in its distribution and technology innovation business. The GigaChip Interface (GCI) is a scalable, high-performance, serial protocol for chip-to-chip communications that is differentiated in efficiency and reliability, resulting in system level benefits of reduced power, cost and complexity. Current implementations built with compatible CEI-11G or XFI SerDes electrical transport standards deliver up to 144 Gigabits per second (Gbps) of full duplex data throughput using 16 SerDes lanes when running at a 10G rate. A key differentiator for the GCI protocol is high transport efficiency, even for small payloads. Alternative serial interfaces are typically less than 50% efficient when transferring 8 bit and 16 bit data, which means that they deliver less than half the performance at a given bandwidth. The combination of 90% transport efficiency, from small to large payloads, with power efficient short reach physical interconnect makes GCI ideal for co-processor, memory, or multi-chip communication. The interface also includes CRC error detection and automatic error recovery provisions to meet the high reliability requirements of enterprise, service provider, and mission-critical communications and compute applications. GCI is an open, royalty-free interface specification designed for use with MoSys' Bandwidth Engine(R) family of ICs and is suitable for any chip-to-chip interconnect.
Macnica Americas, Inc. Releases Multi-Channel High Definition Video over 10G Ethernet Transport Device
Feb 13 13
Macnica Americas, Inc. released the MAI3140, a silicon transceiver capable of transporting up to 8 channels of SDI video over a standard 10Gb Ethernet network. The device comes in transmit and receive versions to allow a complete Ethernet link to be implemented. Forward error correction is added to the transmitted data making the link lossless -- important to prevent dropped video frames and video flickering and /or freezing. The device accepts video in the form of 3G-SDI, HD-SDI or SD-SDI, encapsulates the video streams in UDP/IP + RTP, adds error correction and transmits the traffic through a standard XAUI 10GbE interface. A companion device receives the data, performs any needed error correction and outputs the video streams in the format received. The device is fully compliant with SMPTE2022 clause 1/2 and 5/6 ensuring compatibility with any third party equipment also using the standard. The amount of forward error correction can be varied by increasing the FEC matrix stored in external memory and a per-channel basis. Applications for the device include broadcast video transport equipment, video switching in studios, remote surgical applications, surveillance and aggregation of multiple HD camera streams to a single storage device or display. The MAI3140 is available immediately.
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