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Say Goodbye to blank screens with HDMI’s Quick Media Switching

 

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Posted in AI, Data Center, Display, HDMI, Uncategorized

 

Coverage Models – Filling in the Holes for Memory VIP

Looking for a way to reduce effort defining and tracking functional verification goals in your Memory Controller/PHY and Subsystem Verification Project?

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Attention Gamers! HDMI 2.1a Introduces Source Based Tone Mapping (SBTM)

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is the most popular medium for transporting both audio and video information between two digital devices. In the past two decades, HDMI technology has evolved from HDMI 1.0 to HDMI 2.0. In 2017 HDMI 2.1 introduced enhanced gaming and media features such as Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) to eliminate lag, stutter, and tearing, adding smoothness to the gaming and video experience. Recently the HDMI Forum has announced a new version, HDMI2.1a, that brings a standout gamer-friendly feature, Source-Based Tone Mapping (SBTM).

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Posted in Display, HDMI, Protocol Continuum

 

PCI Express Surges Forward: High Bandwidth Interconnect with PCIe 6.0

PCI-SIG® recently released the latest revision of the PCI Express® specification PCIe® 6.0. With 64GT/s raw data rate physical layer enabling up to 256 GB/s data transfers via 16-lane configuration. With this announcement PCIe continues to meet the industry’s need for high-bandwidth and low latency interconnect, whose potential could be leveraged by dependent storage (NVMe), and coherency (CXL) protocols.

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Posted in Data Center, PCIe