Definition Edit

The peripheral component interface (PCI) is

[a] standard for connecting peripherals to a personal computer or components within a computer, designed by Intel and released in 1993. PCI is supported by most major manufacturers.[1]

References Edit

  1. Information Technology Resource Management Glossary, at 73.

See also Edit

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