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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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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.
2005-03-08 Graphics module supports realtime video
Kontron Embedded Modules is pre-announcing a new ETXexpress-PM module that's billed as the first COM Express product to be based on the Intel 760 Pentium M processor and 915GM chipset
2005-03-14 Graphics card provide 'unparalleled gaming experience'
Crucial's new graphics card features PCI Express 16X technology with 16 parallel pixel pipeline utilization; 256bit quad-channel GDDR3 memory interface; and power-throttling technology for cooler running temperature.
2004-02-23 GDA IP cores suit ASIC, FPGA implementations
GDA Technologies has announced that it will be offering a comprehensive set of AS IP cores for both ASIC and FPGA implementations.
2003-09-18 GDA IP core supports switch, root complex solutions
GDA Technologies Inc. has introduced the GPEX PCI Express IP core that provides the computing, networking, and communications industries an enabler for development of silicon-based products supporting PCI Express architecture.
2013-02-01 Freescale enters Cavium's turf with security coprocessors
Freescale's C29x chips are priced between $99 to $200, and have been touted to deliver 50 to 250 per cent more operations per dollar than Cavium's Nitrox 3.
2009-03-16 FPGA solution enables low-cost PCIe bridge
Lattice Semiconductor has announced the availability of a low-cost programmable PCI Express-to-High Speed Serial (HSS) bridge for the CAP12-120, a SOHO VoIP platform running on Intel architecture. This bridge design has been implemented in the LatticeECP2M FPGA. The solution uses the LatticeECP2M's low power, high-performance Serdes and a Lattice PCIe IP core.
2013-02-18 FPGA cards target OpenVPX systems
Alpha Data's ADM-VPX3-7V2 is geared to support FPGA (V2000T), PCIe Gen3, VITA57 FMC I/O, full industrial ruggedisation, and Alpha Data software development kit.
2003-06-16 Fixing signal integrity with logic analyzer, DSO
When designers add new bus architectures to their designs, they will rely on powerful signal integrity measurement toolsets to get products to market on time.
2005-06-15 Fastest total-jitter measurement?
Offering an measurement technique that promises to reduce test times by a factor of 40, Agilent announced what it claims is the industry's fastest TJ (total jitter) measurement capability for high-performance BERTs.
2008-06-02 Farewell, general-purpose PCIe
The Swiss Army knife, one-size-fits-all approach to PCIe switch design is over. The transition to PCIe Gen2 coincides with a coalescing of market forces to render general-purpose PCIe switches obsolete.
2006-05-29 Ethernet silicon improves PCIe performance
Ample Communications, a provider of Ethernet silicon for wired communications, announced its Gigabit Ethernet silicon for PCI Express platforms.
2005-03-23 Electrical test rolls
EDA startup Knowlent will roll out its first products for the electrical verification of high-speed interfaces.
2005-05-27 EDA vendors announce flows for IBM-Chartered 90nm process
IBM and Chartered Semiconductor Mfg added common design support to their jointly developed 90nm process platform.
2005-08-15 Dual-core CPU enables simultaneous 32- and 64-bit computing
NextCom LLC's new extreme computing architecture called "Flextreme," leverages open standards, small form factors, and mobility with AMD Opteron 32- and 64-bit computing.
2013-03-11 Design, verification IP aimed at Mobile PCIe
The Cadence M-PCIe IP and VIP solution enables the PCI Express architecture to operate over MIPI M-PHY, extending battery life of mobile devices such as thin laptops, tablets and smartphones.
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