Renesas has introduced its first series of buffers and multiplexers that meet the industry’s strict PCIe 6.0 specification list. The new devices will allow the company to build motherboards and different devices that must comply with PCIe 6.0 requirements when it comes to cool performance and signal integrity, but are also compatible with PCIe 5.0 implementations.
The company is introducing four new RC192xx multiplexers with 11 new RC190xx clock buffers and an additional vibration of just 4fs RMS. With PCI Gen 6, 256 GBps bidirectional bandwidth over a 16-lane interface or 64 GBps bi-directional bandwidth over a 4-lane interface will be available.
For most consumers right now, PCIe 4.0 or even PCIe 3.0 speeds are sufficient. In this context, we can say with confidence that soon there will be no need for PCIe 6.0 speeds for screen cards and SSDs. However, when it comes to data centers, bandwidth is very important.
On the other hand, ultra-complex PCIe Gen 6 circuit design and tesdollarseries will take time. So the sooner hardware developers start creating new products, the better. New solutions from names like Renesas, on the other hand, could help companies that develop server platforms start designing anakardollarsar, accelerators, network cardsyellow and SSDs.
The PCIe Gen 6 specification increases the data transfer rate to 64 GTps to increase the total bandwidth of a 16-lane PCIe slot to 256 GBps in both directions. It also utilizes four-level (PAM-4) signaling technology at this stage.