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PCIe for Host to Host

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by rektide, Nov 30, 2005.

  1. rektide

    rektide Guest

    Is there any way to use PCIe to do host to host communication? I'm
    looking at ASI, how it was built with means of encapulating ethernet &
    ip traffic from day one, I'm wondering how much of this is ASI hardware
    and how much is just PCIe itself.

    Mainly I'm just interested in CPU to CPU communication without extra
    hardware on top of PCIe.

    Any pointers would be sweet.
    Thanks
    Rektide
     
    rektide, Nov 30, 2005
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