What's in a Name?

Becka, Kevin
March 2006
Mix;Mar2006, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p39
The article discusses on the development in computer power and interconnection through the introduction of the 64-bit processing and the peripheral component interconnect express, also called as PCI Express or PCIe in the U.S. It provides information features and capabilities of Apple Computer Inc.'s PCIe architecture which was being launched in December 2005.


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