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PCI Express 3.0 delayed until 2011

6/24/2010 00:14 AM EDT
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re: PCI Express 3.0 delayed until 2011
rtrauben   6/24/2010 4:39:03 AM
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With all due respect: Given the 18-30 month availability slip of PCIE3.0 wrt an existing set of 10Gb/s ethernet silicon IP, I believe it would have been wiser to embed TLP and DLP packets into 10Gb/s ethernet and give up on the "late" but "real" 20% power/frequency savings of 8Gbps. After all, each classes of transciever (8 & 10 Gb/s) needs DFE.

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rick merritt   6/24/2010 4:36:48 AM
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How will the delays and technical hurdles implementing 8 GHz Express affect you?

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re: PCI Express 3.0 delayed until 2011
rick merritt   6/23/2010 7:52:46 PM
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How are the delays and technical issues implementing PCI Express 3.0 impacting you?

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