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These new devices, the first members of the innovative PLX PCI 6000-series of PCI-to-PCI bridging products, provide designers with support for the entire range of current PCI bus widths and speeds, including 32-bit, 33MHz; 64-bit, 66MHz; and the latest 64-bit, 133MHz PCI-X variety of the standard.
The SP1011 is a critical element in RM9000 family based systems that need to access the PCI bus and leverage the bandwidth of the HyperTransport interface on the RM9000x1 or RM9000x2.
The board requires a Pentium(R) III class processor, a 32-bit/33MHz PCI bus and supporting BIOS, one available PCI bus slot, Microsoft Windows(R) 2000/XP, a minimum of 128 MB system RAM, and CD-ROM drive for software installation.
The PLX GigaBridge Switched PCI architecture enables PCI-based telecommunications, data communications and embedded systems to incorporate up to 224 PCI bus segments, aggregate tens of gigabits per second, and connect two adjacent PCI devices up to 15 feet away, via a high-performance link.
It leverages the design know-how and the vast infrastructure installed around the PCI bus.
This will ensure the integrity of the signing keys, whilst the specialist encryption processor and the PCI Bus Master facility allows extremely fast encryption processing of signing keys, with the added benefits of off-loading processing from the server.
The GigaBridge SwitchedPCI architecture enables PCI/CompactPCI-based telecommunications, data communications and embedded systems to incorporate 224 PCI bus segments, aggregate tens of gigabits per second, and connect PCI devices up to 5 meters apart via a high-performance link utilizing the PS1809 transition card.
The GigaBridge architecture enables PCI-based telecommunications, data communications and embedded systems to incorporate 224 PCI bus segments, aggregate tens of gigabits per second, and connect two adjacent PCI devices up to five meters away, via a high-performance link.
Since its inception in 1992, the PCI bus has become the I/O backbone of nearly every computing platform, and is the primary interface for desktop computers and peripheral cards.
The SH7780 employs three dedicated external busses: a 32-bit Double Data Rate-SDRAM bus at 160MHz (DDR-SDRAM320); a 32-bit bus for PCI bus connections; and a 32-bit local bus at 100MHz for connecting to flash memory, SRAM, ATAPI (advanced technology attachment packet interface) and PCMCIA.
The accelerated data transfer rates of the PCI bus are a tremendous aid in dealing with the high resolutions and high refresh rates of today's demanding graphical environments.