These AssistVME Screenshots show early VME interface Universe I interface chip functionality. Shipping versions support every Universe II rev a-d and the full VME 64 enhanced cycles offered by the TSI148.

Choose to access the local VME chassis or any available over the network

Generate or monitor interrupts and status indications

Create a 'C' program to run in the kernel to access VME resources

Review VME error messages and status indications

Generate VME cycles by Windows memory access

Generate VME cycles by File IO, including DMA

Offer local memory and other PCI resources as targets for VME cycles