Stories by Lovest Watson

  • PCI Express pumps up performance

    In the past decade, PCI has served as the dominant I/O architecture for PCs and servers, carrying data generated by microprocessors, network adapters, graphics cards and other subsystems to which it is connected. However, as the speed and capabilities of computing components increase, PCI's bandwidth limitations and the inefficiencies of its parallel architecture increasingly have become bottlenecks to system performance.