personal computer interconnect; an industry-standard bus used in servers, workstations and PCs.
Peripheral Component Interconnect. A local bus standard initiated by Intel having a bus width of usually 32-bits and operating at 33 MHz at the most. A 64-bit version, with the standard 2.0 is intended. Characteristics of PCI is the decoupling of the processor and expansion bus by means of a bridge. The transfer rate reaches 133 Mbytes/s at 32 bits and 266 Mbytes/s at 64 bits
PCI stands for prophylactic cranial irradiation. Sometimes, lung cancer spreads to the brain. PCI tries to prevent this by giving radiotherapy to the brain. See lung cancer section. Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21474
Peripheral Component Interconnect is an connection between a microprocessor and attached devices where expansion slots are spaced closely for high speed operation. PCI transmits 32 bits at a time in a 124-pin connection (the extra pins are for power supply and grounding) and 64 bits in a 188-pin connection in an expanded use. PCI is designed to be ... Found on http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/linux-tutorials-howtos-reference-material/