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Pericom Semiconductor Corp.

3545 North 1st St
San Jose, CA 95134
USA
WebSite: http://www.pericom.com
Phone: 408-435-0800
Toll Free: 800-435-2336
   

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Recent Articles for Pericom Semiconductor Corp.:
Four lane re-driver aids 10 Gbit/s signal quality
The PI2EQX8814A 4-lane 10 Gbit/s re-driver IC provides programmable equalization, pre-emphasis, and output voltage swing control via configuration pins . . .
Low power re-driver shapes up SAS/SATA 6G
The PI3EQX6801 low power 6.5 Gbit/s SATA/SAS signal re-driver IC has programmable equalization and two differential CML channels. The . . .
USB 3.0 & DisplayPort drivers enhance signals
The PI3EQX7742 USB 3.0 re-driver and PI3EQXDP1201 four-lane DisplayPort 1.2 re-driver ICs support the latest generation of Intel based . . .
PCIe GEN2 switches come in three flavors
The PI7C9X2G series PCI Express 2.0 GEN2 packet switch family feature an integrated clock buffer, configurable lanes, the industries . . .
The evolution of quartz timing technology
In many ways, electronic products resemble living organisms. For example, they have a central brain that might be a . . .

Videos for Pericom Semiconductor Corp.:
Pericom Semiconductors new 40 Gbit/s redriver IC
Bill Weir, Senior Director of Marketing at Pericom Semiconductor, describes their new PI2EQX8814A 4-channel 10 Gbit/channel re-driver chip
The 8814A IC provides 10 Gbit/s programmable equalization, pre-emphasis, and output voltage swing control via configuration pins while taking only 200 mW per channel
Pericom PCIe 3.0 Redriver Chip
PI2EQX8804 8 Gbit/s four lane PCI Express 3.0 ReDriver provides signal conditioning
8 Gbit/s programmable equalization, pre-emphasis, and output voltage swing settable via pin-strap or I2C/SMBus to optimize signal integrity over backplanes, cables and takes only 100 mW/port.
Pericom VST01 VGA monitor detector and V724 VGA switch ICs
Allan Armstrong Director of Marketing for Pericom's Switch and Interface Group describes two new VGA interface chips
The PI3VST01 VGA monitor detector saves power by powering down the VGA driver when not in use and the PI3V724 adds a VGA switch function that’s particularly useful in laptop docking stations