A redriver is a largely analogue reach extension device meant to increase high-frequency sections of a signal to compensate for frequency-dependent attenuation produced by the interconnect: the CPU package, system board, connectors, and so on.
A retimer is a protocol-aware mixed signal analog/digital device that can fully recover the data, remove the embedded clock, and retransmit a new copy of the data using a clean clock.
Since the introduction of PCIe 3.0 over ten years ago, retimers and redrivers have allowed for longer physical channels in servers and storage devices.
The Global Retimer (Redriver) Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Phison Electronics Corp., a leading provider of NAND controller and NAND storage solution integration services, announced today that it has successfully deployed the world’s first PCIe 5.0 Redriver IC certified by the PCI-SIG Association.
To provide assistance in resolving high-speed signal transmission compatibility issues between CPU (Central Processing Unit) and peripheral devices (such as SSD and graphics card, etc.).
Redriver ICs will be required in devices such as desktop computers, servers, industrial computers, cables, and laptop computers in the production of PCIe 5.0 high-speed transmission.
Each system device will require 2 to 16 Redriver ICs, depending on the degree of signal attenuation and the number of compensation channels.
According to market research firms, the market for high-speed transmission signal augmentation ICs (including Redriver and ReTimer ICs) will reach $50 million per year.
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