Since its introduction in 2002, PCIe has evolved into a leading data transfer protocol for computer-to-peripheral communications and has expanded its device support to include network adapters, add-in cards (AIC), network interface cards (NIC), acceleration cards, and NVMe flash drives in addition to the display adapters like graphics and video cards. This expansive and ongoing evolution is due to both the continued support of the PCI-SIG and four primary technology characteristics: low latency, memory coherence, high bandwidth, and economy of scale.
Connectors, of course, are an integral part of the PCIe system. JAE offers high performant M.2 and mini PCIe connectors.
- PCI-SIG M.2 compatible deliver similar PCIe 4.0 performance in a smaller form factor
- AI data center
- PCI-SIG compatible, 52 positions
- Crosstalk -32dB