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  • TI E2E Community

    TI E2E Community


    Blog Post: How to speed SSD program time with a boost converter
    Published. November 5, 2018

    Solid-state drive (SSD) storage is becoming more popular in PC, data-center and telecom applications, offering the benefits of faster speeds and a more compact size compared to Hard Disk Drive (HDDs). The new Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) Host Controller Interface Specification SSD offers three times faster write speeds and six times faster read speeds compared to traditional Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) SSDs. However, increasing...


  • PCB Signal and Power Integrity Tech Corner

    PCB Signal and Power Integrity Tech Corner


    SERDES Channel Compliance: Easier Said than Done?
    Published. June 13, 2018

    Data transfers can be done in two distinct ways, parallel (DDR2/3) and serial (PCIE/USB). As the speeds of data transfer increase, hardware engineers face newer design challenges. To keep up with the new speeds, designers must adhere to many well-established industry standards. But that is easier said than done… Until now. With the latest release […]...


  • Tech Design Forums Blog

    Tech Design Forums Blog


    Master the verification challenge of PCIe-based NVMe storage
    Published. May 3, 2017

    NVMe is driving the SSD market thanks to its many useful features, but at least five major challenges must inform your verification plan....


  • scalability.org

    scalability.org


    pcilist: because sometimes you really, really need to know how your PCIe devices are configured
    Published. March 29, 2017

    If you don’t know what I am talking about here, that’s fine. I’ll assume you don’t do hardware, or you call someone else when there is a hardware problem. If you think “well gee, don’t we have lspci? so why do we need this?” then you probably have not really tried to use lspci to […]...


  • Functional Verification Blog

    Functional Verification Blog


    What Does it Take to Migrate from e to UVMe?
    Published. September 5, 2012

    So you are developing your verification environment in e , and like everyone else, you've been hearing a lot of buzz surrounding UVM (Universal Verification Methodology). Maybe you would also like to give it a try. The first question that pops in your mind is, "What would it take to migrate from e to UVM e ?" Well, this is a bit of a trick question. The short answer is that if you've adopted e RM in the past, migration to UVM e will only take a few minutes. If your environment is...


  • Verification Horizons Blog

    Verification Horizons Blog


    No to Know VIP – Validated!
    Published. April 7, 2016

    We have talked about how one can go from ‘No to Know VIP’ in my 3 part series and how Questa VIP PCIe Starter Kits make a Verification engineer’s life easy. Xilinx® recently posted the “UltraScale PCIe PIPE Simulation with Mentor QVIP” YouTube video that demonstrates how easy it is to hook Questa Verification IP […]...


  • Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog


    Introducing the VPCIe framework
    Published. August 31, 2013

    Introduction My daily work involves platforms featuring an embedded CPU communcating with a FPGA device over a PCI Express link (PCIe for short). The main purpose of this link is for the CPU to convey configuration, control, and status commands to hardware slaves implemented in the FPGA. For data intensive applications (2D XRay detector readout backend), this link can also be used as a DMA......


  • Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Laptops and Desktops Blog


    Samsung adding NVMe PCIe technology to M.2 SSDs
    Published. April 16, 2015

    The diminutive SM951-NVMe will be the industry's first M.2 solid-state drive to make use of the speedy technology, which will blow away SATA-based SSDs....


  • Electrical Engineers  Talk Tech

    Electrical Engineers Talk Tech


    Baby, You Can Drive (the PCIe clock in) My Car
    Published. May 2, 2014

    Among all the ARM-based media processors, Ethernet AVB networks, and Xilinx Zynq-based ADAS (advanced driver assistance system) safety features, it’s the humble PCI Express clock generator that really drives the car’s IVI systems. Continue reading →...





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