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Aug 19, 2021

The upcoming PCIe® 6.0 specification introduces Flow Control Unit (FLIT) encoding, which enables the specification to provide low latency with high efficiency. FLIT mode is adopted for the PCIe 6.0 architecture because error correction needs to operate on fixed sized packets.

  • PCIe 6.0
  • PCI Express 6.0
  • PAM4
  • PCIe FEC
  • Forward Error Correction
  • FLIT
Nov 30, 2020

Wow, 2020 sure has transformed the ways we connect, learn and innovate in industries around the world, and in our daily lives!

  • Standards & Compliance
  • PCI Express compliance
  • PCI-SIG Integrators List
  • PCIe 4.0
  • PCIe 3.0
Aug 30, 2020

The upcoming PCI Express® (PCIe®) 6.0 specification will continue PCI-SIG’s® longstanding history of innovation for the next generation of products to keep up with evolving needs in a wide range of markets.

  • Systems & Applications
  • PCIe 6.0
  • PCI Express 6.0
  • PCIe L0p
  • PCIe low power state
Jun 22, 2020

For almost two decades, the PCI Express® (PCIe®) architecture has offered low latency and high bandwidth in support of next generation systems.

  • Systems & Applications
  • PCIe 6.0
  • PCI Express 6.0
  • PAM4
  • PCIe FEC
  • Forward Error Correction
  • FLIT
Feb 19, 2020

We are starting 2020 with the release of version 0.5 of the PCI Express® (PCIe®) 6.0 specification incorporating the significant member feedback received on version 0.3.

  • Standards & Compliance
  • PCIe 6.0
  • PCI Express 6.0
  • PAM4
  • PCIe FEC
  • Forward Error Correction
  • FLIT
  • PCI Express specification
Jul 23, 2019

The SD Association (SDA) recently announced SD Express, which adds the PCI Express® and NVMe™ interfaces to the SD interface. The PCIe® interface delivers transfer rates up to 985 megabytes per second (MB/s) and supports backward compatibility with existing SD hosts.

  • Standards & Compliance
  • PCI-SIG
  • SD Association
  • SD Express
  • NVMe
  • PCIe 3.0
  • PCI Express 3.0
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