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Aug 25, 2021

With the emergence of autonomous vehicles, AI-based advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), today’s automobiles are becoming high-tech “servers on wheels.” PCI Express® (PCIe®) technology is expanding to become the interconnect of choice in automotive applicat

  • Systems & Applications
  • automotive
  • PCIe
  • PCI Express
  • PCIe Retimer
  • PCIe connectivity
  • PCIe CEM
  • PCIe Security
  • PCIe low power
  • PCI-SIG Automotive Taskforce.
Jul 16, 2021

By: Hope Bovenzi, Strategic Marketing, Astera Labs

  • Signal Integrity
  • automotive
  • PCIe
  • PCI Express
  • PCIe Storage
  • PCIe Retimer
  • PCIe connectivity
  • PCIe Bandwidth
  • PCI-SIG Automotive Taskforce
Apr 09, 2021

With global health and safety concerns related to the Covid-19 pandemic still greatly limiting in-person events in 2021, PCI-SIG® continues to offer compliance workshop opportunities to our members virtually.

  • Standards & Compliance
  • PCIe 6.0 specification
  • PAM4 signaling
  • PCIe 6.0 architecture
  • PCIe form factor
  • FLIT Mode
  • PCIe FEC
Mar 17, 2021

The PCI Express® (PCIe®) 6.0 specification will provide multiple features, including Transaction Layer Packet (TLP) payload, encoding and decoding, shared credit pooling, Forward Error Correction (FEC), CRC error correction, and more.

  • Standards & Compliance
  • PCI-SIG Automotive Taskforce
Jun 11, 2020

PCI Express® (PCIe®) technology is the most important high-speed serial bus in servers. Due to its high bandwidth and low latency characteristics, PCI Express architecture is widely used in various server interconnect scenarios, such as:

  • Signal Integrity
  • PCIe 5.0
  • PCI Express 5.0
  • PCIe CEM
  • PCIe Channel Loss
Nov 15, 2019

PCI-SIG® has enabled PCI Express® (PCIe®) technology to be cost-effective and easy to implement by supporting multiple form factors for a variety of applications.

  • Physical Form Factors
  • PCIe 5.0
  • PCI Express 5.0
  • PCIe CEM
  • PCIe Card Electromechanical Connector
Aug 24, 2018

PCI Express® – also known as PCIe – used to get a bad rap for being power hungry on servers and PCs. But I’m happy to say that this is no longer the case. Are you aware that PCIe today is extremely power efficient with built-in low power features?

  • Systems & Applications
  • PCI-SIG
  • PCI Express 3.0
  • PCIe 3.0
  • PCIe Latency
  • PCIe low power