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Thread: Moving from PCI to PCI-e

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    henk Guest

    Default Moving from PCI to PCI-e

    Hi there,

    I'm just posting my message again, I accidentally posted under WARP.

    I'll be glad if anyone can help me. We bought a couple of PIKA Digital T1/E1 DSP PCI cards about 5 years ago (not sure if the hardware has changed since then), but now we want to possibly move to using the PIKA Digital T1/E1 PCIe cards because most new server only support PCI-e.

    My question is, can we switch to using the PCI-e cards, and if we can, do we need to rewrite our IVR software or is the API layer the same?

    The one card I took out of one of our servers in the lab has a product number of PIK-99-80732

    The drivers we currently use is the MonteCarlo version 6.2


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    rboileau Guest


    Hello Henk,

    You are currently using MC 6.2 ... the latest is MC 6.6.

    The API's for the DSP boards ( MM ) and the HMP boards ( PCIe ) are based on different SDKs.

    However, there is a High Level API ( Grand Prix ) on the HMP PCIe boards that would make porting fairly quickly !
    -> Contact PIKA Support for guidance or JumpStart training.
    -> Download:

    Aside: There are PCI chassis vendors still out there at a reasonable price.
    Some options can be found here: DAX and eMicroSmart

    Best Regards,
    Last edited by rboileau; 10-28-09 at 11:39 AM.

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