PLDA, the company that designs and sells intellectual property (IP) cores and prototyping tools for ASICs and FPGAs, has optimized its ASIC intellectual property (IP) cores for the next generation of the ubiquitous and general purpose PCI Express® I/O specification, 4.0. PLDA’s proven 3.0 architecture enables easy migration to PCIe 4.0, with no interface changes necessary, and preserves existing behavior for seamless integration.
By Philippe Legros, Product Design Architect, PLDA
While server virtualization is being widely deployed in an effort to reduce costs and optimize data center resource usage, an additional key area where virtualization has an opportunity to shine is in the area of I/O performance and its role in enabling more efficient application execution.
Conquering the challenges of PCIe with NVMe in order to deliver highly competitive Enterprise PCIe SSD
Executive Summary: To help leading storage companies address the booming demand of PCI SSD (Solid State Drive), PLDA enhances the end-to-end data integrity functionality of its PCIe soft IP products and showcases a NVMe demo on its hardware.
PCIe, a key enabling technology in the Enterprise Solid State Drive Market