Supplier: Atmel Corporation
Description: This document describes the "Slim" CAN boot loader functionality as well as its protocol to efficiently perform operations on the on chip Flash and EEPROM memories. This boot loader implements the In-System Programming (ISP). The ISP allows the user to program or re-program the microcontroller
Description: Managed Boot Agent (MBA) provides a wide set of industry-standard boot protocols, including PXE, NetWare NCP/IPX, IBM's RPL, traditional DHCP and BOOTP, supporting both BBS (BIOS Boot Specification) and non-BBS compliant PCs. It also includes an extensive set of utilities for boot ROM configuration
- Product Type: Bus Interface / Adapter Module
Standards and Technical Documents - 1275.4-1995 - IEEE Standard for Boot (Initialization Configuration) Firmware: Bus Supplement for IEEE 896 (Futurebus+) -- 10.1109/IEEESTD.1996.80827
Description: for the firmware for a particular system. This standard establishes such additional requirements pertaining to the bus architecture defined by the IEE Futurebus+ standards: ISO/IEC 10857: 1994 [ANSI/IEEE Std 896.1, 1994 Edition], Information technology-Microprocessor systems-Futurebus+-Logical protocol
Description: Get faster transfer speeds and higher cell endurance with Multi Level Cell (MLC) NAND flash memory Significantly improve boot up, shut down and application loading times Improved protocol for enhanced data integrity Performance increase to up to 3 Gb/s maximum external (burst) data transfer rate
- Device Type: Solid State Disk
Supplier: SIE Computing Solutions, Inc.
Description: at up to 66 MHz to dual high-speed serial links compliant with the StarFabric protocol. The two links may be used separately for redundant fabric applications or may be aggregated for higher speed operation. Incorporates StarGen's StarFabric-to-PCI bridge 32-bit/33 MHz, 64-bit/66 MHz PCI interface
- Product Type: Networking Module
- Technology: PCI
- Form Factor: Full-Size PCI
- PCI Data Bus: 32-bit, 64-bit
Network Equipment - D-Link xStack DGS-3120-48TC - switch - 48 ports - managed - desktop -- DGS-3120-48TC/SI-LWSupplier: Zones, Inc.
Description: slot, allowing the user to boot images and upload configuration files directly from an SD Card. Product Description D-Link xStack DGS-3120-48TC - switch - 48 ports - managed - desktop Device Type Switch - 48 ports - managed - stackable Enclosure Type Desktop Ports 44 x 10/100/1000 + 4 x combo
- Ports / Interfaces: RJ-45
- Network Equipment Type: Switch
Network Cards and Network Controllers - Gigabit Ethernet PMC NIC with dual 1000BaseSX interfaces -- PMC676RCSCSupplier: GE Intelligent Platforms
Description: to fit within the LAN protocol stack of the host operating system. Thus all facilities available from the host OS can be used across the PMC676. Solaris OBP and PXE boot options are available.
- Protocol / Network: Gigabit Ethernet
- Host Bus: PCI, PMC, Other
- Port Type: Other
- Operating System: Linux, SUN SolarisTM, Other
Description: to save valuable I/O slots for other uses. It is based upon the high performance Intel 82571EB chipset and offers a four lane (x4) PCI Express bus. The NC360T includes support for Wake-on-LAN (WOL), and Pre-Boot Execution environment (PXE 2.1) and it is easy to install in either standard or low profile
- Product Type: Adapter Module / Bus Interface
Network Cards and Network Controllers - QLogic iSCSI Single Port PCIe HBA - Network adapter - PCI Ex -- 39Y6146Supplier: CompUSA
Description: technology, for workgroup storage applications, such as file print, Web serving, and remote boot for diskless servers with IBM Total Storage solutions. SpecificationsGeneral Device Type: Network adapter Form Factor: Plug-in card - low profile Interface (Bus) Type: PCI Express x4 Width: 4.8 in Depth: 7.5
- Protocol / Network: Gigabit Ethernet
- Host Bus: Other
Supplier: Koutech Systems Inc.
Description: two (2) 68-pin Ultra3 SCSI connector; one (1) internal and one (1) external, and one (1) internal 50-pin SCSI-2 connector • Supports SCSI-1, SCSI-2, and SCSI-3 protocol. • Dual channel Ultra3 SCSI PCI multifunction controller • Onboard BIOS boot ROM • Supports up to thirty
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Techniques for Reprogramming the Boot in Automotive Embedded Controllers (.pdf)
and/or the. the same serial protocol as the boot loader resident on. calibration data. However, depending on the engineering. the ECU, communicates with the latter in order to. design and manufacturing process, there may be a need. reprogram a new application and/or calibration data over. to reprogram
A FLASH Bootloader for PIC16 and PIC18 Devices
devices reserve the first 512 bytes of. supported by the protocol. However, some devices. Program Memory as the boot block. Future devices. may not support the largest packet size due to memory. may expand this, depending on application require-. limitations. Figure 2 shows an example of the mapping
Medical Device Link .
. CANopen provides standardized communication objects for real-time data (process data objects), configuration data (service data objects), and special functions (time stamp, sync message, and emergency message), as well as network management data (boot-up message, NMT message, and error control
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address. Well-defined utilities exist to obtain a unique address and to translate user-friendly domain names into numeric IP addresses. IP addressing utilities include Boot, DHCP, and domain name service (DNS). Interface software is typically needed to complete the installation, setup
Implementing File I/O Functions Using Microchip?s Memory Disk Drive File System Library
with a multitude of. · Data region. demonstration boards, including all those having. The boot sector is the first sector of the partition and. PICtail or PICtail Plus Daughter Board interfaces. contains basic information about the file system type. The SPI protocol uses four basic pins for communica
A Serial Bootloader for PIC24F Devices
as if it were just received. modify these locations without erasing itself. If possible,. the bootloader should be placed in a hardware protected. FIGURE 2: DATA MEMORY USAGE ON. "boot block" area on devices which support this feature. PIC24FJXXXGAXXX DEVICES. The boot block can be protected from device self
3 Ways Switches Can Optimize Performance in EtherNet/IP and PROFINET Networks
where all of the cogs in the overall system must rely on each other. Switches that are too slow to boot up could cause the PLCs in an industrial automation system to trigger alarms and faults caused by a failure to establish the expected network connections. PLCs are also built for deployment
A CAN Bootloader for PIC18F CAN Microcontrollers (.pdf)
,. nated "boot block", a small section of protectable pro-. but the entire group of nodes could be updated simul-. gram memory allocated specifically for bootload. taneously. The sacrifice here is program memory over-. firmware. head, since some nodes may have resident firmware. This application
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It uses the BOOTP protocol to obtain client and server info and NFS to load the boot image.
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