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PCIe vs. Ethernet
rick merritt   6/28/2013 7:30:41 PM
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I'm interested in perspective from anyone who has done a technical evalulation of using PCIe vs. Ethernet (vs. silicon photonics) as the inside-the-raqck interconnect.

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Re: PCIe vs. Ethernet
PCIe_Evangelist   7/16/2013 6:40:05 PM
This article provides some comparison data. PCI Express-based fabrics: A low-cost alternative to InfiniBand http://www.networkworld.com/news/tech/2013/061013-pcie-270672.html 

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PCIe replacing Ethernet? Infiniband getting squeezed
patrick.mannion   6/30/2013 6:40:02 PM
PCI Express is getting quite a lot of traction, so it'll be interesting to see how it does with PLX's adapter-card approach. It's got the speed and low power. Infiniband may feel the squeeze. Interesting progress by PLX: Thanks for the  update Rick.

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MeasurementBlues   6/30/2013 8:10:24 PM
I visited PLX Tech a few years ago. Here's my story.

The chips almost test themselves

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Re: PCIe vs. Ethernet
rick merritt   7/1/2013 1:03:03 AM
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Please send me that ppt to rick.merritt@ubm.com

 

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PCI Express-based fabric details...
Interconnected   7/19/2013 3:10:38 PM
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A deeper dive into this topic is at http://www.plxtech.com/applications/expressfabric

 



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