Webinar: Verification of PCIe® 6.0 IP

 

With the draft specification available and the upcoming release of the final PCIe Gen 6 specification, system designers are beginning to plan how to build the specification’s new features into their products.

In the second of two joint webinars, PLDA and Siemens EDA present what you need to know about Gen 6 to build and verify your design using the updated protocol. In our first webinar, we focused on the differences between the older and new specifications. In this second session, we return to design considerations, then take a deep dive into how to verify your design.

Webinar: "Preparing for PCIe 6.0"

 

As the need for data has exploded driven by applications like AI/ML and automotive, the semiconductor industry, led by PCI-SIG, is preparing for the final release of the PCIe 6.0 specification and all the changes it entails.

In this first of two joint webinars, PLDA and Siemens EDA join to introduce you to PCIe 6.0, including architecture differences from prior generations, performance improvements, and how PCIe 6.0 compares from both a designer and verification perspective.

What you will learn:

- what is PCIE 6.0
- how does it differ from past generations
- design considerations when planning with PCIe 6
- verification implications of a PCIe 6 design

PCIe Switch: Webinar - Demonstration

PLDA’s PCIe Switch Solution provides a customizable and scalable switch design tailored for the needs of the PCIe switch marketplace. The PCIe® architecture has become a standard within the storage data centers due to the advantages it delivers in latency and performance. PCIe switches manage dataflow within a device, delivering the flexibility, scalability and configurability required to connect a large pool of drives or networks.

In that presentation, Rabih Eid, Support Manager, explains how to take advantage of PCIe Embedded Switch technology, reducing BOM, reusing existing designs, decreasing system power consumption and improving overall performance compared to an ASSP device.

Visit PLDA's PCIe Switch IP page for more information.