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Smartphone is next stop for PCI Express

9/13/2012 05:03 PM EDT
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Ryan Tennill
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Ryan Tennill   9/15/2012 12:21:42 AM
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"The new M-PHY combined with PCI Express addresses that need, said Carlson. M-PHY was first defined in April 2011 at 1.25 Gbits/s, an update released in June 2012 runs at 2.9 Gbits/s and a third generation coming next year will hit up to 5.8 Gbits/s." -- any information on what the associated power numbers are for these solutions? Would also be interesting to know what processing node this is happening on.

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goafrit   9/13/2012 10:09:14 PM
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This will be a very welcome development. If they can reduce the size, it implies that more markets can be created in mobile

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