High-Speed Computing 

High-Speed Computing Interfaces

Faster networking speeds require faster memory and faster serial bus communications. Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe®) expansion bus speeds are evolving from PCIe 4.0 to PCIe 5.0 to support these increased speeds. The same is true for memory, as double date rate (DDR) memory evolves from DDR 4.0 to DDR 5.0. Increasing speeds of serial data communications requires precision high-speed testing at every level. Testing at these faster speeds requires full compliance testing to the latest standards.

Complete the following information to download the following white papers:
  • Evolution of High-Speed Computing Interfaces: Paving the Way for 400GE in the Data Center
  • The Fast Track to PCIe 5.0: Doubling the Throughput of PCIe 4.0 to 32 GT/s
  • DDR5 - Full Speed Ahead to 400GE: Faster Networking Speeds Require Faster Memory

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