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The newest addition to PLDA’s extensive line of advanced PCIe products provides the highest level of PCIe-to-AXI integration, preventing AXI deadlock with ordering rules management, while delivering full PCIe 4.0 performance on an AXI interface

PLDA XpressRICH3 PCIe controller and GUC PCIe PHY combo delivers a high performance, integrated solution, optimizing time-to-market

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.


Using the same silicon-proven IP found in PLDA’s XpressRICH3 product, PLDA’s PCIe 4.0 controller IP and Bus Functional Model (BFM) enable SoC and ASIC designers to quickly incorporate PCIe 4.0. PLDA provides testing and integration with third party PHYs, delivering a complete and flexible PCIe 4.0 solution.

Successful interop testing for a combined PCIe Gen 2 Controller IP and PHY IP solution. Initially targeting the TSMC 28nm process, the combined PCIe 2.0 Controller/PHY solution can also be ported to additional fabs and processes. - See more at:


XIMEA, a leading manufacturer of machine vision systems, chose the PLDA DMA IP solution for their recently announced 5K camera application. Reasons for choosing the PLDA ip included it’s flexibility and ease-of-integration.


The Fastor Systems NVMe SSD utilizes IP from PLDA to enable the high performance levels required within their PCIe subsystem.


The industry’s only solution for a plug and play PCIe experience across 7-Series FPGAs from Xilinx and V-Series FPGAs from Altera .


PLDA's XpressRICH3 support enables native SR-IOV within the PCIe interface. Each PLDA PCI Express device can have up to eight physical functions (PFs) and each physical function can have up to 64 virtual functions (VFs).


PLDA, the industry leader in PCI Express® and interface IP solutions today announced that its XpressRICH3™ PCI Express® (PCIe®) 3.0 solution, passed all Gold and Interoperability tests performed by the PCI-SIG® committee during its most recent workshop in August 2013.


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