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Computer and Peripheral

Computers are now becoming more power conscious, smaller in size, and feature rich in terms of I/O interconnectivity. I/Os such as eSATA (6 G), DisplayPort (5.4 Gbps), HDMI (3.4 Gbps), USB 3.0 (5.0 Gbps), and PCIe (8 Gbps) are found all over the PC. Pericom provides routing and signal integrity enhancing solutions for all of these I/O standards. Within the peripheral market such as monitors and printers, the same signals can be found and thus demanding similar solutions.

See our Type-C connector solution.

Computer and Peripheral (PC, NB) Segment
See Pericom's Computer and Notebook Segment Solutions (Click image)

  • notebook
    Pericom products can be found in nearly every notebook/netbook in the world. Our broad selections of high-speed next-generation devices are excellent match for this rapidly growing market. More
  • desktopapplication
    Pericom products are widely deployed on Desktop PC/MB. Our high-speed ReDriver/Switch solutions are excellent match to the latest Skylake DT/MB platform. More
  • monitorappdiagram
    External, stand-alone monitors are used by notebook users as well as desktop PC users. Multiple sources can be connected to a single monitor (notebook PC vs. desktop PC, etc), so multiple video input connectors are required. Pericom’s HDMI/DVI and DP switches allow monitor OEMs to enable multiple DP, multiple DVI, or multiple HDMI connectors via a single digital video receiver, providing signal quality and system integrity for high-speed performance More
  • docking3
    Docking station or a dock is a simplified way of “plugging-in” your laptop or PC to common peripherals such as USB 2.0/3.0, eSATA, video connectors (VGA, HDMI, DVI, DisplayPort, MHL, MyDP), Audio, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, etc. More
  • aiomonitor
    Pericom products are widely used in All In One PC designs. Our high-speed devices are excellent match to the newest generation Core Chipset platform, Skylake. More
  • graphiccard
    A typical Graphic Processing Unit (GPU) provides 7 video output ports while 5 of them are capable to output the display at the same time. Usually a graphic card is designed with fixed output, either HDMI/DVI or DisplayPort. More