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Company Overview of Teledyne LeCroy, Inc.
Teledyne LeCroy, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, develops, manufactures, sells, and licenses oscilloscopes and communication protocol analyzers in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and the Asia Pacific. Its oscilloscopes are tools used by designers and engineers to measure and analyze electronic signals; and protocol analyzers are used to monitor communications traffic and diagnose operational problems in various communications devices. The company offers seven families of oscilloscopes comprising WaveExpert, a line of sampling oscilloscopes and modules; WaveMaster, a high performance oscilloscope product family; WavePro for the mid-to high-performance sector; WaveRunner for the m...
700 Chestnut Ridge Road
Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977-6499
Founded in 1964
Key Executives for Teledyne LeCroy, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Founder and Honarary Chairman
Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting Officer, Vice President and Treasurer
Chief Technology Officer and Vice President
Chief Information Officer and Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Teledyne LeCroy, Inc. Key Developments
Teledyne LeCroy Adds UniPro Protocol Decoding to MIPI Test Toolset
Jul 21 15
Teledyne LeCroy announced the addition of UNIPRObus D, to its oscilloscope-based MIPI capabilities. UNIPRObus D provides customers with easy-to-use debug of their UniPro signals. Similar to existing MIPI MPHY decoding capability, UniPro Decode supports HS GEAR1, GEAR2 and GEAR3, and PWM Mode (G0-G7) signaling for comprehensive data rate coverage. Teledyne LeCroy UNIPRObus D offers the ability to decode UNIPRO signals across four lanes. These four lanes can be a combination of simultaneous up- and/or downstream data. Unique to the Teledyne LeCroy solution, decoded data can also be seen in two interactive color-coded tables, providing both frame-level and symbol-level information. The UNIPRObus D decode package joins a comprehensive and growing set of MIPI analysis, conformance, and debug tools available for Teledyne LeCroy oscilloscopes. Protocol decode packages are available for UniPro, M-PHY, D-PHY, and DigRF 3G and v4, while the unique MPHYbus DP and DPHYbus DP software packages enable seamlessly-integrated physical layer analysis and protocol decodes of MIPI M-PHY and D-PHY signals. Teledyne LeCroy offers end-to-end conformance test capabilities for MIPI protocols. QPHY-MIPI-MPHY and QPHY-MIPI-DPHY software options perform fully automated M-PHY and D-PHY transmitter testing and report generation using Teledyne LeCroy's user-friendly QualiPHY environment running directly on the oscilloscope. And the Teledyne LeCroy PeRT3 (Protocol-enabled Receiver and Transmitter Tolerance Tester) offers MIPI M-PHY receiver test capability for all high-speed and PWM GEARs, including auto-calibration and margin testing for high-speed GEARs. For higher-level protocol analysis, the Teledyne LeCroy Eclipse X34 is a highly-portable and comprehensive analysis tool to display and analyze M-PHY data traffic. The Eclipse X34 supports a growing number of higher-level protocols including mPCIE and SSIC, running at PWM GEARS 0-7 and HS GEARs 1-3 at up to x4 lane width. Pricing and Availability; UNIPRObus D has a US List price of $3,000, and is available on a wide variety of Teledyne LeCroy oscilloscopes. Teledyne LeCroy oscilloscope users who have already purchased MPHYbus D or MPHYbus DP options can upgrade to the capability of UNIPRObus D at a US List price of $1,500, the part number is UPG-MPHY-UNIPRObus D for new customers, or RK-UPG-MPHY-UNIPRObus D for existing oscilloscope owners. UNIPRObus D is available on WaveRunner 6Zi, WavePro 7Zi, WaveMaster 8Zi, LabMaster 9Zi and LabMaster 10Zi oscilloscopes with 4 GHz or higher bandwidth, running firmware version 7.8.x or later.
Teledyne LeCroy Announces Enterprise Decoding for NVMe Protocol Analysis
Jun 23 15
Teledyne LeCroy has extended the decoding and analysis capabilities on their PCI Express® Summit™ protocol analyzer product family to support the new Trusted Computing Group (TCG) security and Precision Time Measurement (PTM) messaging features, utilized in Internet of Things (IoT) and PCIe SSD storage technologies. IoT based products demand high security and low latency to ensure efficient machine to machine (M2M) communication. Teledyne LeCroy's Summit protocol analyzers can determine if these and other features are correctly implemented, and when problems are identified the systems can help track the root cause of failure. These new features are now supported in Teledyne LeCroy's PCIe® Protocol Suite 7.34. Data protection for a broad range of devices is the primary purpose of these standards. Authentication, secured attribute-value storage, disk encryption/decryption, backup, time stamping, and event logging are some of the applications that are addressed through the TCG security specification. Developers interested in ensuring that TCG encryption/decryption mechanisms are properly integrated into their products will find that Teledyne LeCroy protocol analysis fully supports the TCG specification. Method calls such as invoking UID and method UID within a trusted command can be decoded, and examined in context with the NVM Express and PCI Express bus infrastructure. Having this information accessible expedites difficult verification and troubleshooting projects. Precision Time Measurement (PTM), a supported feature in the PCI-SIG® PCI Express 3.0 specification, defines a new protocol of timing measurement and synchronization messages for time-sensitive media and server applications such as industrial automation, instrumentation, geological sciences, telecomm synchronization and synchronized audio/video systems among others. PTM enables systems that require high precision timing the ability to monitor and track the time of transactions with sub-microsecond timing accuracy while accelerating server application performance. Teledyne LeCroy's Summit protocol analyzers support the decoding of PTM message packets giving users a clear picture of PTM transactions on the PCI Express bus. Viewing the communication between PTM-enabled devices can help discover performance and implementation problems that can't be seen by software debugging tools. PTM support has also been extended to the Summit Z3-16 exerciser, enabling users to emulate PTM functionality with the exerciser in either host or device mode, and to control PTM message packet generation and error recovery. The combination of analyzer and exerciser gives users an essential test tool suite for PTM development and test. PCIe Protocol Suite 7.34 is available in mid-June.
Teledyne LeCroy Releases New PCIe Protocol Suite 7.34
Jun 1 15
Teledyne LeCroy has released its new PCIe Protocol Suite 7.34 which adds extensive enhancements for PCIe-based storage analysis on the Summit PCI Express Protocol Analyzer product line. Teledyne LeCroy is the main supplier of protocol analyzers and exercisers to companies developing PCIe-based SSD and similar storage products using the new NVMe and SATA Express high-speed serial data standards. Protocol analyzers and exercisers are used by developers and validation engineers to directly record and examine data traffic on serial data communication links between devices and systems. This equipment enables SSD developers to reduce debug and test schedules, lower engineering development costs on new products and meet aggressive time-to-market requirements. As storage developers make the transition from legacy SAS and SATA protocol-based SSDs to the more advanced NVMe and SATA Express technologies, they are encountering limitations in available design and test tools including limited trace recording times and a lack of standardized analysis reports for PCIe-based storage. These two issues are significant for the newer technologies of NVMe and SATA Express due to the following: High performance SSD testing can require recording data traffic beyond a few minutes. This is not possible for many protocol analyzers due to limitations in their recording architectures. While some test tool suppliers have claimed support for the NVMe and SATA Express protocols, support for these protocols has remained minimal. This has hampered developer's productivity due to the use of reporting systems designed for the older technologies, which are not optimized for quality testing on NVMe and SATA Express products. Along with the creation of standardized and detailed analysis reports for NVMe and SATA Express, the newly-released Summit T34 protocol analyzer, specifically targeted at PCIe storage applications, now supports long trace recordings with a new NVMe Enhanced Mode. The Summit T34 can also be configured with up to 64 GB of trace recording memory. NVMe Enhanced Mode builds on and optimizes the existing deep buffer memory to allow users long recording time capability. Depending on the speed of the DUT (Device Under Test), the recording time can be maximized to up to several hours for a single trace capture. This feature is useful for tasks such as measuring performance or determining how well your Queue handling algorithms are functioning. An example of the metrics that are now available include the ability to measure the NVMe queue distribution over a sustained period of time. The ability to gather queue behavior for long periods helps driver and OS developers fine tune their applications and balance queue loads for optimized product performance.
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