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DALLAS, Nov. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) announces another addition to its PCI Express product line with the availability of a new PCI Express-to-PCI Bridge. The XIO2000 allows seamless bridging between legacy PCI devices to the latest PCI Express applications used in PCs, docking stations, ExpressCard, split-chassis systems and test and measurement instruments.
The XIO2000 is fully compliant to the PCI Express toPCI/PCI-X Bridge Specification, Revision 1.0, which is critical for interoperability with other PCI Express applications. The XIO2000 also supports longer trace lengths, allowing designers to support longer distance PCI Express endpoint devices without the loss of signal strength.
"The XIO2000 allows customers to bridge their existing PCI application to the newer PCI Express architecture without having to worry about compliance and interoperability issues," said Jawaid Ahmad, product marketing manager for TI's Interface Business Unit. "Prior to release, we did extensive validation and testing to ensure customers get a compatible device to use with the plethora of add-in cards and root complex devices available in today's market."
The device has a x1 lane upstream port connection to PCI Express root complex, providing support for up to six x1 PCI endpoint devices on its downstream side.
The XIO2000 comes in a 201-pin Microstar BGA package.