The Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) architecture has been the cornerstone for I/O connectivity in computing, communication, and storage platforms for more than two decades. What started off as the ubiquitous local bus interface for all types of I/O devices in the PC industry, has since evolved to satisfy the requirements for I/O technology across the server, client, embedded, and mobile market segments...
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