Thursday, March 30th, 2017

August 2016 – At this year’s IDF, Pericom was showing their long time series of re-timers, re-drivers, and packet switch products under their new parent company name of Diodes Inc. Pericom, which was established in 1990, was acquired by Diodes Inc in November 2015. A major announcement was the launch of the PCIe Gen 2 [...]

August 2015 – At IDF 2015 in San Francisco, Pericom was showing their next generation of high speed connectivity products to support modern server and mobile device design for the Intel platform. According to industry analysts, mobile devices and PCs unit sales combined will exceed 2.2 billion units by 2020. These next generation mobile devices [...]

September 2013 – At IDF 2013 in San Francisco, Pericom was showing their new high performance redriver chips that are enabling both the large format CE devices/Network devices and the active cable/expander marketplace. One of the themes at IDF this year were higher bandwidths for connectivity. The increase in images, video and other long run [...]

September 2012, At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Pericom showed off products from their high speed low power ReDriver circuits line. Making a debut at this year’s show were two product areas, the P13VST01 & P13V724 video monitor sensors and the highspeed ReDrivers the P12EQX8814A (10GbE) and P13EQX6801.  These joined their previously introduced [...]

 September 2011 – The new processors and chipset systems shown at Intel Developer Forum, now support a number of high speed (around and near 5Gbps) interfaces. These connections – HDMI, Display Port (DP), USB 3.0, PCIe Gen 3, and Thunderbolt all operate a low power (3.3 and dual 3.3v/1.5v) from the main chipset for the [...]