Property Casualty Insurers Association of America

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Property Casualty Insurers Association of America

Also called the PCI. A trade association for property insurance companies in the United States. The PCI lobbies for favorable legislation and provides educational materials and networking opportunities for members. It is headquartered in Des Plaines, Illinois, and Washington, D.C., with satellite offices elsewhere in the U.S.
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Although sufficient to support existing technology such as Fibre Channel, Ethernet and SCSI storage, the PCI architecture falls short in supporting planned technologies such as 8-Gigabit and 10-Gb Fibre Channel as well as 10-Gigabit Ethernet.
The aim of the SIOM standard is to provide commodity PCI Express technology modules at a very small overhead to standard PCI cards of equivalent performance.
The PLX solution includes industry-standard silicon, software for managing data throughout the PCI bus, rapid development tools that minimize design risk, and third-party development tool support through the PLX Partner Program.
In addition, some switch/router interfaces in the storage array may transition from Ethernet, iSCSI, Fibre Channel or custom to PCI Express.
A unique protocol engine within each controller manages the routing of cells from the PCI source to PCI destination in a manner that is efficient and transparent to the system.
For more information about the PCI Express controller core, please visit http://www.
InfiniBand may gain a foothold in HDRM, but if it does not branch out and dislodge PCI in high-volume segments, PCI will continue to outship InfiniBand by perhaps an order-of-magnitude or more.
Spanning both security and operations, the Company's configuration management, compliance and remediation products are used by 12 of the world's 25 largest companies to keep their critical systems properly configured, while ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements such as Sarbanes-Oxley, FISMA, GLBA, Basel II, HIPAA and DISA, and industry standards such as ISO 27001, PCI DSS and Microsoft Security Hardening Guides.
Retailers taking advantage of the Cisco Secure Store program not only have the benefits of a customized solution pre-defined to the specific PCI requirements and needs, but also can directly tap into Cybertrust PCI expertise for services needs around the program.
PLDA's silicon proven IP controllers for PCI Express have been listed on the PCI-SIG Integrators list practically since the introduction of the PCI Express protocol.
QualysGuard PCI streamlines and simplifies PCI compliance by providing an easy-to-use, on demand compliance dashboard that leads organizations through each major step in the certification process.