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PCI

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) Peripheral Component Interconnect: an expansion slot on a computer for inserting hardware devices
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PCI

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PCI

(Comput) abbr of Peripheral Component InterconnectPCI

PCI

abbr percutaneous coronary intervention. V. intervention.
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Since its inception in 1992, the PCI bus has become the I/O backbone of nearly every computing platform, and is the primary interface for desktop computers and peripheral cards.
The SH7780 employs three dedicated external busses: a 32-bit Double Data Rate-SDRAM bus at 160MHz (DDR-SDRAM320); a 32-bit bus for PCI bus connections; and a 32-bit local bus at 100MHz for connecting to flash memory, SRAM, ATAPI (advanced technology attachment packet interface) and PCMCIA.
Data flow, quality of service (QoS), software modifications, silicon component selection criteria and board layout are worthy of review for this next-generation PCI bus.
This new device is ideal for applications that require the transfer of data between the PCI bus and high-throughput video compression/decompression, encryption/decryption, packet processing, DMA and other data processing sub-systems.
PCI, a four-port PCI bus RS-232 synchronous serial interface.
This allows for a maximum transfer rate of 53MB/sec across a 64-bit PCI bus.
The GigaBridge-enabled PCI expansion system from MAGMA--the newest member of the PLX Partner Program--features a high-speed backplane with a single PCI bus segment supporting seven full-length PCI slots and delivering speeds up to four times faster than either Gigabit Ethernet or conventional 32-bit, 33MHz PCI.
PCI Express was first introduced in 2002 to increase the performance of the PCI bus, and manufacturers such as HP, Dell, Sun and IBM have been quick to embrace the new standard.
NASDAQ: DATX), has announced the shipment of the DT3162, a variable-scan monochrome frame grabber for the PCI bus.
The PCI bus has emerged as a bottleneck between the processor and the network.
Each PCI-RTA board uses a Motorola MPC565 microcontroller to handle on-board computation and high-speed PCI bus communication.