PCIe Generations: The Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) standard is used for connecting expansion cards to a computer’s motherboard. It is now the most popular expansion card standard and is used for a wide range of gadgets, including graphics cards, network cards, and storage controllers.
The maximum data transfer rate a PCIe generation can provide is its defining characteristic. With a maximum data transmission rate of 64 GT/s per lane and a total bandwidth of 128 GB/s per x16 slot, PCIe 6.0, the most recent generation, was introduced in 2022.
The PCI Express market, as monitored by Technavio, is set to experience significant growth, with an expected increase of approximately USD 20.29 billion projected for the period spanning 2020 to 2024. This growth is anticipated to occur at an impressive compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of nearly 26% throughout the forecasted timeframe.
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