PCIe


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AcronymDefinition
PCIePCI Express
PCIePresident's Council on Integrity and Efficiency
PCIePeripheral Component Interconnect Express
PCIePasseport de Compétences Informatique Européen (French: European Computer Licence Passport; certification)
PCIePersonal Care Ingredients Europe (conference)
PCIeProtective Clothing and Individual Equipment
PCIePersonal Clothing and Individual Equipment
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Release date- 29082019 - Industry's first Production PCIe Gen 4.0 Switch and Retimer Family Empowers the Next Wave of Data Intensive Computing and NVMe Storage Platforms.
PCIe 4.0 will double the bandwidth per lane to provide significant I/O performance benefits for storage and Ethernet networking, NVMe deployments and Al applications.
PLDA's PCIe 5.0 Controller IP was selected not only for its solid design and unmatched compatibility with popular PCIe PHYs, but also for PLDA's best-in-class tech support, its ease of customization and PLDA's integration expertise.
PLDA's PCIe 5.0 controller IP is available with either a native PCIe interface or with an AMBA AXI interconnect.
The recently released PCIe 5.0 specification with speeds of 32 GT/s requires new measuring instruments supporting 5.0 patterns and crosstalk tests.
However, these standards do not convey the main benefits of NVMe-based PCIe SSDs:
In order to meet these needs, PLDA has developed a high-performance DMA Engine available in two versions: As a standalone vDMA engine IP with AMBA-AXI interconnect or as a PCIe 5.0 IP controller with integrated vDMA engine.
PCIe is a standard connection protocol aimed at bringing storage I/O closer to the system processor for both faster IOPS performance and lower average latency.
- PCIe 4.0 applications that require connection to multiple endpoints (ex: multiple PCIe 4.0 SSDs or NICs, or combination thereof)
Valens, the developer of HDBaseT technology for in-vehicle connectivity, has launched its PCIe Module, an evaluation platform to demonstrate the long-distance transmission of PCIe data over an HDBaseT Automotive link.
The riser connects to a PCIe 1x connector via a USB 3.1 cable, and the 1x connector slots into the motherboard.