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  • Friday, October 08, 2021 11:41 AM | Jerry Gipper (Administrator)

    VITA is accepting registrations to be a member of a public review VITA Consensus Body for voting to revise this standard. You do not have to be a VITA member to participate in this Consensus Body. The response deadline to register for this consensus body is: October 25, 2021

    Revision of Existing Standard

    Under ANSI and VITA rules every 5 years an approved standard must be reaffirmed, revised, placed in stabilized maintenance or withdrawn. This standard has been revised, hence it has been put forth for approval of the revisions.

    DRAFT/VITA 46.11-2021x: System Management on VPX Standard

    Abstract: This standard defines a framework for System Management in VPX systems. It enables interoperability within the VPX ecosystem at the Field Replaceable Unit (FRU), chassis and system levels. The framework is based on the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) specification and leverages many concepts and definitions from the AdvancedTCA® (ATCA®) specification by PICMG®.

    How to Apply for the Consensus Body

    Currently, this consensus body needs voting members from the following interest categories in order to be able to proceed with this process. The consensus body will be vetted to ensure it meets balance, lack of dominance and openness rules. Following which a formal ballot will be sent to the consensus body for voting.

    • Producer: An appropriate participant designs, develops, or manufactures products using this standard.
    • User-Industrial/Commercial: An appropriate participant is using this standard in an industrial or commercial application
    • User-Government/Military: An appropriate participant is a representative of a government agency using this standard in a government or military application.
    • Research: An appropriate participant is involved in research or consulting that may use this standard.
    • General Interest: An appropriate participant is an interested party not necessarily involved in producing, directly using, or acquiring product using this standard.

    Please note that company membership in VITA is not a requirement to join this consensus body. This registration is open to both VITA members and non-members. You must register via this form if you wish to participate in the upcoming ballot. There is no fee to join this consensus body.

    In the case that you believe this standard needs a revision, please indicate so in the comments field of the registration form and be prepared to sponsor and actively participate in the revision effort. If you are selected for the consensus body, you may provide minor editorial comments during the balloting.

    Please register ONLY IF you intend to vote.

    The VITA policies and ANSI Function can be found on our governance page at http://www.vita.com/Governance.

  • Wednesday, September 29, 2021 10:57 AM | Jerry Gipper (Administrator)

    VITA is accepting registrations to be a member of a public review VITA Consensus Body for voting to revise this standard. You do not have to be a VITA member to participate in this Consensus Body. The response deadline to register for this consensus body is: October 5, 2021

    Revision of Existing Standard

    Under ANSI and VITA rules every 5 years an approved standard must be reaffirmed, revised, placed in stabilized maintenance or withdrawn. This standard has been revised, hence it has been put forth for approval of the revisions.

    DRAFT/VITA 48.0-2021x: Mechanical Standard for Microcomputers using Ruggedized Enhanced Design Implementation (REDI)

    Abstract: This standard defines a mechanical implementation for Plug-In Modules. Two types of Plug-In Modules are defined: Type 1 and Type 2. Both Type 1 and Type 2 Plug-In Modules take advantage of increased slot pitch to provide enhanced thermal performance and increased structural durability. Type 1 units support Two Level Maintenance while Type 2 units do not. This revision adds allowance for a 100 mm Plug-In Module depth and allows for additional pitches to be defined in the VITA 48 Dot Standards.

    DRAFT/VITA 48.2-2021x: Mechanical Standard for Microcomputers using Ruggedized Enhanced Design Implementation (REDI)

    Abstract: This standard defines the mechanical requirements that are needed to ensure the mechanical interchangeability of conduction cooled 3U and 6U Plug-In Modules and defines the features required to achieve Two Level Maintenance compatibility. This revision adds a 100 mm depth and multiple pitches at 0.2" increments.

    Stakeholders: Anyone building or using VPX boards or systems in enhanced environments.

    How to Apply for the Consensus Body

    Currently, this consensus body needs voting members from the following interest categories in order to be able to proceed with this process. The consensus body will be vetted to ensure it meets balance, lack of dominance and openness rules. Following which a formal ballot will be sent to the consensus body for voting.

    • Producer: An appropriate participant designs, develops, or manufactures products using this standard.
    • User-Industrial/Commercial: An appropriate participant is using this standard in an industrial or commercial application
    • User-Government/Military: An appropriate participant is a representative of a government agency using this standard in a government or military application.
    • Research: An appropriate participant is involved in research or consulting that may use this standard.
    • General Interest: An appropriate participant is an interested party not necessarily involved in producing, directly using, or acquiring product using this standard.

    Please note that company membership in VITA is not a requirement to join this consensus body. This registration is open to both VITA members and non-members. You must register via this form if you wish to participate in the upcoming ballot. There is no fee to join this consensus body.

    In the case that you believe this standard needs a revision, please indicate so in the comments field of the registration form and be prepared to sponsor and actively participate in the revision effort. If you are selected for the consensus body, you may provide minor editorial comments during the balloting.

    Please register ONLY IF you intend to vote.

    The VITA policies and ANSI Function can be found on our governance page at http://www.vita.com/Governance.

  • Wednesday, September 29, 2021 10:48 AM | Jerry Gipper (Administrator)

    VITA is accepting registrations to be a member of a public review VITA Consensus Body for voting to revise this standard. You do not have to be a VITA member to participate in this Consensus Body. The response deadline to register for this consensus body is: October 5, 2021

    VITA 88.0-2021x: Switched Mezzanine Card Plus (XMC+) Standard

    Abstract: This document defines an open standard which provides an alternative option to the VITA 42.0 connector systems. This connector provides support for higher baud rate high-speed serial interfaces. Maximizing footprint compatibility, VITA 88.0 XMC+ supports the widely accepted XMC platform, while updating both electrical and mechanical characteristics in existing and future designs.

    Stakeholders: Anyone building or using mezzanine or XMC boards or carriers.

    How to Apply for the Consensus Body

    Currently, this consensus body needs voting members from the following interest categories in order to be able to proceed with this process. The consensus body will be vetted to ensure it meets balance, lack of dominance and openness rules. Following which a formal ballot will be sent to the consensus body for voting.

    • Producer: An appropriate participant designs, develops, or manufactures products using this standard.
    • User-Industrial/Commercial: An appropriate participant is using this standard in an industrial or commercial application
    • User-Government/Military: An appropriate participant is a representative of a government agency using this standard in a government or military application.
    • Research: An appropriate participant is involved in research or consulting that may use this standard.
    • General Interest: An appropriate participant is an interested party not necessarily involved in producing, directly using, or acquiring product using this standard.

    Please note that company membership in VITA is not a requirement to join this consensus body. This registration is open to both VITA members and non-members. You must register via this form if you wish to participate in the upcoming ballot. There is no fee to join this consensus body.

    In the case that you believe this standard needs a revision, please indicate so in the comments field of the registration form and be prepared to sponsor and actively participate in the revision effort. If you are selected for the consensus body, you may provide minor editorial comments during the balloting.

    Please register ONLY IF you intend to vote.

    The VITA policies and ANSI Function can be found on our governance page at http://www.vita.com/Governance.

  • Friday, July 09, 2021 9:20 AM | Jerry Gipper (Administrator)

    VITA is accepting registrations to be a member of a public review Consensus Body for voting to revise this standard. You do not have to be a VITA member to participate in this Consensus Body. The response deadline to register for this consensus body is: July 26, 2021

    Revision of Existing Standard

    Under ANSI and VITA rules every 5 years an approved standard must be reaffirmed, revised, placed in stabilized maintenance or withdrawn. This standard has been revised, hence it has been put forth for approval of the revisions.

    ANSI/VITA 42.0-2016: XMC Standard

    Abstract: This document defines an open standard for supporting high-speed, switched interconnect protocols on an existing, widely deployed mezzanine card form factor. This revision addresses standoffs to ease in unmating mezzanine cards and higher data rate protocols.

    Stakeholders: Anyone building or using mezzanine or XMC boards or carriers.

    How to Apply for the Consensus Body

    Currently, this consensus body needs voting members from the following interest categories in order to be able to proceed with this process. The consensus body will be vetted to ensure it meets balance, lack of dominance and openness rules. Following which a formal ballot will be sent to the consensus body for voting.

    • Producer: An appropriate participant designs, develops, or manufactures products using this standard.
    • User-Industrial/Commercial: An appropriate participant is using this standard in an industrial or commercial application
    • User-Government/Military: An appropriate participant is a representative of a government agency using this standard in a government or military application.
    • Research: An appropriate participant is involved in research or consulting that may use this standard.
    • General Interest: An appropriate participant is an interested party not necessarily involved in producing, directly using, or acquiring product using this standard.

    Please note that company membership in VITA is not a requirement to join this consensus body. This registration is open to both VITA members and non-members. You must register via this form if you wish to participate in the upcoming ballot. There is no fee to join this consensus body.

    In the case that you believe this standard needs a revision, please indicate so in the comments field of the registration form and be prepared to sponsor and actively participate in the revision effort. If you are selected for the consensus body, you may provide minor editorial comments during the balloting.

    Please register ONLY IF you intend to vote.

    The VITA policies and ANSI Function can be found on our governance page at http://www.vita.com/Governance.

  • Thursday, July 01, 2021 2:32 PM | Jerry Gipper (Administrator)

    VITA is accepting registrations to be a member of a public review Consensus Body for voting to revise these standards. You do not have to be a VITA member to participate in this Consensus Body. The response deadline to register for this consensus body is: July 19, 2021

    REVISION OF EXISTING STANDARD

    Under ANSI and VITA rules every 5 years an approved standard must be reaffirmed, revised, placed in stabilized maintenance or withdrawn. These standards have been revised, hence they have been put forth for approval of the revisions.

    ANSI/VITA 65.0-2019: OpenVPX System Standard

    AbstractThe OpenVPX System Standard was created to bring versatile system architectural solutions to the VPX market. Based on the extremely flexible VPX family of standards, the OpenVPX standard uses Plug-In Module mechanical, connectors, thermal, communications protocols, utility, and power definitions provided by specific VITA standards to define a series of Slot, Backplane, Module, and Standard Development Chassis Profiles. This edition adds additional Slot, Backplane, and Module Profiles. Adds use of VITA 46.30 and VITA 46.31 connectors. Adds additional Connector Modules (as tables in VITA 65.1). Adds additional protocols. Makes some other improvements.

    ANSI/VITA 65.1-2019: OpenVPX System Standard - Profile Tables

    AbstractThis standard documents variations of Slot, Backplane, and Modules Profiles. As part of the Slot Profile Description, there are also some Connector Modules defined. This document is primarily tables which are referenced by VITA 65.0.

    Stakeholders: Anyone building or using VPX boards or systems.

    HOW TO APPLY FOR THE CONSENSUS BODY

    Currently, this consensus body needs voting members from the following interest categories in order to be able to proceed with this process. The consensus body will be vetted to ensure it meets balance, lack of dominance and openness rules. Following which a formal ballot will be sent to the consensus body for voting.

    • Producer: An appropriate participant designs, develops, or manufactures products using this standard.
    • User-Industrial/Commercial: An appropriate participant is using this standard in an industrial or commercial application
    • User-Government/Military: An appropriate participant is a representative of a government agency using this standard in a government or military application.
    • Research: An appropriate participant is involved in research or consulting that may use this standard.
    • General Interest: An appropriate participant is an interested party not necessarily involved in producing, directly using, or acquiring product using this standard.

    Please note that company membership in VITA is not a requirement to join this consensus body. This registration is open to both VITA members and non-members. You must register via this form if you wish to participate in the upcoming ballot. There is no fee to join this consensus body.

    In the case that you believe this standard needs a revision, please indicate so in the comments field of the registration form and be prepared to sponsor and actively participate in the revision effort. If you are selected for the consensus body, you may provide minor editorial comments during the balloting.

    Please register ONLY IF you intend to vote.

    The VITA policies and ANSI Function can be found on our governance page at http://www.vita.com/Governance.

  • Monday, June 21, 2021 11:41 AM | Jerry Gipper (Administrator)

    ANSI/VITA 66.0-2016 Optical Interconnect on VPX – Base Standard

    VITA is accepting registrations to be a member of a public review Consensus Body for voting to reaffirm this standard. You do not have to be a VITA member to participate in this Consensus Body. The response deadline to register for this consensus body is: June 30, 2021

    EXISTING STANDARD DUE FOR REAFFIRMATION

    Under ANSI and VITA rules every 5 years an approved standard must be reaffirmed, revised, placed in stabilized maintenance or withdrawn. There have been no requests for revision or errata for this standard, hence it is recommended that it be put forth for reaffirmation.

    "Reaffirmations shall be accomplished without any substantive change to the main text of the standard. All non-substantive changes in the main text of the standard shall be explained, or noted, in a foreword.”

    ANSI/VITA 66.0-2016 Optical Interconnect on VPX – Base Standard

    AbstractThis standard defines a family of blind mate Fiber Optic interconnects for use with VPX backplanes and plug-in modules.

    Stakeholders: Anyone using optical interconnects on VPX.

    RegisterCall for Consensus Body Members to Reaffirm ANSI/VITA 66.0-2016

  • Monday, June 21, 2021 11:35 AM | Jerry Gipper (Administrator)

    ANSI/VITA 66.0-2016 Optical Interconnect on VPX – Base Standard

    VITA is accepting registrations to be a member of a public review Consensus Body for voting to reaffirm this standard. You do not have to be a VITA member to participate in this Consensus Body. The response deadline to register for this consensus body is: June 30, 2021

    EXISTING STANDARD DUE FOR REAFFIRMATION

    Under ANSI and VITA rules every 5 years an approved standard must be reaffirmed, revised, placed in stabilized maintenance or withdrawn. There have been no requests for revision or errata for this standard, hence it is recommended that it be put forth for reaffirmation.

    "Reaffirmations shall be accomplished without any substantive change to the main text of the standard. All non-substantive changes in the main text of the standard shall be explained, or noted, in a foreword.”

    ANSI/VITA 66.0-2016 Optical Interconnect on VPX – Base Standard

    AbstractThis standard defines a family of blind mate Fiber Optic interconnects for use with VPX backplanes and plug-in modules.

    Stakeholders: Anyone using optical interconnects on VPX.

    RegisterCall for Consensus Body Members to Reaffirm ANSI/VITA 51.2-2016

  • Friday, February 19, 2021 9:26 AM | Jerry Gipper (Administrator)

    Closing Date: Monday, March 8, 2021 11:59 pm PST

    Description: Under ANSI rules after 5 years of a standard being reaffirmed, a standard may enter a 10 year stabilized maintenance period. There have been no requests for revision or errata for this standard in question, hence it is recommended that it be maintained in stabilized maintenance mode.

    Voter registration for voting for ANSI recognition of the following standards for the stabilized maintenance (SM) process is now open:

    Title: ANSI/VITA 46.10-2009 (R2015) - Rear Transition Module for VPX

    Abstract: This standard defines a rear transition module (RTM) for VPX applications.

    This ballot is open to both VITA members and non-members alike. You must register if you wish to participate in the ballots. Non-members should contact Jing Kwok, VITA Technical Director, for login credentials.

    The roster will be vetted to ensure it meets balance, lack of dominance and openness rules. Following which a formal ballot will be sent to the registrants for voting.

    Please register ONLY IF you intend to vote.

    The ANSI Function can be found on the VITA governance page (http://www.vita.com/Governance)


  • Friday, February 19, 2021 9:20 AM | Jerry Gipper (Administrator)

    Closing Date: Monday, March 8, 2021 11:59 pm PST

    Description: Under ANSI rules after 5 years of a standard being reaffirmed, a standard may enter a 10 year stabilized maintenance period. There have been no requests for revision or errata for this standard in question, hence it is recommended that it be maintained in stabilized maintenance mode.

    Voter registration for voting for ANSI recognition of the following standards for the stabilized maintenance (SM) process is now open:

    Title: ANSI/VITA 42.6-2009 (R2015) - XMC 10 Gigabit Ethernet 4-Lane Protocol Layer Standard

    Abstract: This standard defines a method for supporting 10 Gigabit Ethernet using XAUI switched interconnect protocol on the XMC form factor.

    This ballot is open to both VITA members and non-members alike. You must register if you wish to participate in the ballots. Non-members should contact Jing Kwok, VITA Technical Director, for login credentials.

    The roster will be vetted to ensure it meets balance, lack of dominance and openness rules. Following which a formal ballot will be sent to the registrants for voting.

    Please register ONLY IF you intend to vote.

    The ANSI Function can be found on the VITA governance page (http://www.vita.com/Governance)


  • Wednesday, January 27, 2021 12:09 PM | Jerry Gipper (Administrator)

    Closing Date: Monday, Feb 8 2021 1:00 pm PST

    Description: Under ANSI rules every 5 years an approved standard must be reaffirmed, revised, or withdrawn. There have been no requests for revision or errata for these the standards in question, hence it is recommended that it be put forth for reaffirmation.

    Voter registration for voting for ANSI recognition of the following standard(s) for Reaffirmation process is now open:

    Title: ANSI/VITA 76.0-2016, High Performance Cable Standard - Ruggedized 10 Gbaud Bulkhead Connector for Cu and AOC Cables

    Abstract: This standard defines a rugged standardized 10 Gbaud interconnect system with high pin count and high density for I/O. It is capable of supporting multiple protocols and power while being interoperable with both Copper Cabling and Active Optic Cabling.

    This ballot is open to both VITA members and non-members alike. You must register if you wish to participate in the ballots. Non-members should contact Jing Kwok, VITA Technical Director, for login credentials.

    The roster will be vetted to ensure it meets balance, lack of dominance and openness rules. Following which a formal ballot will be sent to the registrants for voting.

    Please register ONLY IF you intend to vote.

    The ANSI Function can be found on the VITA governance page (http://www.vita.com/Governance)

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