On 4 Dec 2005, at 23:04, Paul Jakma wrote:
>> By the time this is deployed, PCI Express may nearly be obsolete
>> Wow, given PCIe is the future and barely deployed yet.
It seems PCI was born in 1992, and I guess it won't die for a while
yet, so actually, I suppose PCIe WILL still be current by the time this
study bears fruit. But we will need to say what can be done now, not
what will most likely be possible in a few years - the space business
is very conservative.
>> This whole thing with PCI Express, PCI-X and PCIe confuses me, as I
>> haven't had to deal with any such kit yet.
>> PCI-Express == PCIe I think. PCI Express == packetised PCI over one or
> more serial links.
For those as ignorant as I was,
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/190 is a nice simple overview.
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