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What is PCI Express?
A high-speed peripheral interconnect Intel Corp. introduced in 2002 to serve as a replacement for PCI and AGP buses. Tailored for high-speed CPUs, it can accommodate Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet and even support chip-to-chip transfers.
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2004-11-10 MicroCross ADD2 cards help achieve low-cost DVI connections
Molex said its new MicroCross Advanced Digital Display 2 cards offer an easy and cost-effective solution for a compatible DVI interconnection.
2005-06-02 Mentor IP core selected by China's primary research center
The IP core based on the PCI Express architecture from Mentor Graphics Corp. has been selected by the Microprocessor Development and Research Center (MPRC) of Peking University in China
2004-09-13 Marvell rolls out GbE controller for server platforms
Marvell released what it claims as the industry's first x4 PCI Express, dual-port Gigabit Ethernet controller for server platforms.
2003-06-12 LSI Logic, Intel enter development pact
LSI Logic Corp. has forged joint validation and development efforts with Intel to deliver MegaRAID solutions.
2003-06-24 LSI Logic serdes core supports to 4.25Gbps data rates
LSI Logic Corp. has released its 4.25Gbps GigaBlaze Gflx serdes core that is suitable for use with ASIC design or RapidChip platform design.
2006-11-01 LSI Logic moves to serial with new adapter cards
LSI Logic introduces six serial ATA and serial attached SCSI (SAS) adapter cards, ranging from entry-level to top-of-the-line products using both the PCI-X and PCI Express interfaces. All are geared for the 3Gbps versions of the storage interfaces.
2007-07-02 Low-cost FPGAs prop up GbE, PCIe, RapidIO
Altera Corp. has officially rolled out a line of entry-level FPGAs built to support Gigabit Ethernet, PCI Express and serial RapidIO transceivers at the lowest possible price for a programmable part.
2006-08-08 LeCroy unveils protocol analyzer for PCIe
LeCroy claims its new protocol analyzer features the fastest data capture rate and is targeted at the growing demand for advanced PCIe solutions.
2013-01-23 Leaner PLX Technology forges on
After proposed acquisition of PLX Technology by IDT was blocked by regulators, the PCI Express chip company is focused on moving on as a stand-alone firm.
2006-11-06 Lattice unrolls PCIe cores for its 90nm FPGAs
Lattice Semiconductor has added to its ispLeverCORE portfolio PCIe IP cores that are optimized for its 90nm LatticeECP2M and LatticeSCM FPGAs.
2005-02-16 Latency analysis of major chip-to-chip interconnects
Compare and contrast the latency experienced by transactions carried over several of the leading chip-to-chip interconnect standards.
2007-11-01 Know the essentials in stimulus-response test
The implementation of a mixed-signal stimulus-response test application imposes high requirements on both software and hardware. These technology problems are fundamentally simplified with the modular hardware architecture and professional open software platform.
2005-02-22 K-Micro expands ASIC portfolio
Kawasaki Microelectronics (K-Micro) has expanded its ASIC intellectual property (IP) portfolio with the additions of fast-lock clock and data recovery (CDR) for fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) applications, 10Gbps Serdes with optional adaptive receive equalization technology for backplane applications, and PCI Express technology for networking, storage, and consumer applications.
2006-02-13 IP core aimed at telecom, networking apps
Xilinx Inc. announced the availability of its compliant x1, x4 and x8 lane LogiCORE PCI Express IP core targeted for telecom, networking, storage and video applications.
2012-10-20 Interface Bridge SoC boasts 10 interfaces
The MB86E631 from Fujitsu Semiconductor brings together a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor and a host of different interfaces in a single chip.
2005-10-13 Interconnect standards set to flourish, says In-Stat
Three emerging chip-to-chip interconnect standards—HyperTransport, PCI Express, and RapidIO—are being included in integrated circuits and systems at an increasing rate and their use will grow over the next several years according to market research company In-Stat.
2013-01-30 Intel readies mSATA SDD for Ultrabook apps
The Solid-State Drive 525 series comes in a small mSATA form factor and boasts a 6Gb/s performance.
2002-05-27 Intel drops plans for InfiniBand silicon
Intel Corp. has abandoned plans to provide InfiniBand silicon and will instead rely on third-party host control adapters that will be tied to future Intel server chip sets using the I/O standard.
2005-04-18 Integrating high-speed transceivers in FPGAs
The benefits of less board space and increased flexibility make FPGAs with embedded transceivers an attractive solution to board designers.
2004-11-30 IDT PC clock powers TriGem Computer
Integrated Device Technology Inc. (IDT) announced that its PC clock (CV110) has been selected by TriGem Computer, a South Korean PC maker, to power its latest Kloss PC.
2004-12-10 IDT PC clock devices suit notebook PCs based on Intel Centrino
IDT unveiled what it touts as the industry's first family of single-chip PC clock devices optimized for next-gen notebook PCs based on Intel's Centrino.
2004-06-11 IDT moves next phase in serial-switching project
Integrated Device Technology Inc. (IDT) has accelerated its entry into the standards-based serial-switching market with the addition of PCI Express technology licensed from Internet Machines Corp., and the integration of a team of seven design experts to its serial-switching division.
2004-04-20 IDT acquires networking chipmaker ZettaCom
Integrated Device Technology Inc. has offered $35 million in cash to acquire its Santa Clara, Calif., neighbor ZettaCom Inc.
2012-12-03 IBM's flash I/O tech pledges to support multi-core systems
With next-generation flash sub-systems needing to support multi-core processors, IBM has been busy developing a new storage I/O technology geared for flash.
2004-09-07 IBM opens Blade Center interface spec to third parties
IBM Corp.'s decision to open up the interface specifications for its eServer Blade Center platforms left analysts and competitors scratching their heads wondering how an open board standard might fare against existing efforts such as PCI Express Advanced Switching and the Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture.
2006-09-11 HP upgrades chipset for entry-level Itanium servers
HP has updated the chipset for its entry-level Itanium-based servers as it rolls out systems for the long anticipated release of Montecito, Intel's first dual-core version of Itanium.
2012-09-05 How to optimize PCIe SSD performance
Know why it is important for interconnect and flash controller suppliers to work together to achieve the best results.
2006-11-20 High-speed digital I/O boards for PCIe deliver 200MBps
NI has unveiled what it claimed to be the first high-speed digital I/O instruments for PCIe to deliver up to 200MBps dedicated throughput per direction to and from the host processor.
2014-05-07 Growing NVMe support signals prospect for broader adoption
NVMe finds greater OS support, being featured in the latest OS releases including Windows. It also finds the same support in tests, with modules facilitating connections to ensure interoperability.
2008-03-03 Graphics switch links to PCIeG2, DisplayPort in PCs
Pericom Semiconductor has announced a next-generation high-speed switch for graphics interface between PCs and monitors based on PCIeG2 and DisplayPort architectures.
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