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PCI-to-PCI bridge features low power draw

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Tundra Semiconductor Corp. announced that its low-power, asynchronous PCI-to-PCI bridge is now in full production. The Tsi350 offers communications and network equipment customers a competitive, high-quality bridge solution with low power consumption.

The Tsi350 is a 32bit 66MHz asynchronous PCI-to-PCI bridge that's fully compliant with PCI Local Bus Specification Revision 2.3. The bridge is drop-in, pin-for-pin and software-compatible with industry-standard PCI bridges. It supports two PCI buses operating concurrently with sufficient clock and arbitration pins to support nine PCI bus master devices directly on its secondary interface. The Tsi350 makes it possible to extend a system's load capability limit beyond that of a single PCI bus by allowing board designers to add additional PCI devices or more PCI option card slots than a single PCI bus can support.

The Tsi350 targets both new designs and existing board footprints that use 32bit PCI-to-PCI bridges. This device is available for production in a 31-by-31mm, 208-pin PQFP package.

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