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Latency in PCI

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In search of ever greater performance, PCI bus evolved from a simple 32 bit parallel 33 MHz bus to today’s incarnation, multilane, multigigabit serial. While bandwidth has gone up, so apparently has latency. I present the results of a set of experiments which investigate the relative performance of different kinds of PCI bus, and speculate as to the consequences of these results.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory NetOS Group Talklets series.

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