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2008-08-21 ST showcases first PHY IP for 6Gbit/s SATA HDDs
STMicroelectronics has demonstrated the world's first MIPHY PHY interface for the new 6Gbit/s SATA technology
2013-09-09 HDMI 2.0 TX/RX Controller, PHY IP for Ultra HD apps
The DesignWare HDMI 2.0 IP from Synopsis enables 4Kx2K resolution at a 60Hz frame rate in deep colour mode
2008-07-22 DesignWare SATA IP solution rolls for disk drives
Synopsys Inc. announced the availability of the DesignWare SATA Device IP, for use in applications such as solid-state drives, HDDs and optical disk drives
2008-07-08 DesignWare IP tool supports SATA 3.0
Synopsys Inc. announced that its DesignWare SATA Verification IP now supports SATA 6Gbit/s transfer rates as defined in Serial ATA Revision 3.0 specification
2009-09-30 40nm PHY cuts validation, dev't costs in HDDs
LSI Corp. has begun shipping samples of the 40nm multi-interface PHY IP designed for notebook, desktop and enterprise hard disk drive (HDD) market segments
2009-03-12 USB 3.0 wins Gennum support
The USB's drive into Gbit territory got another backer when Gennum Corp. announced an integrated PHY and controller for USB 3.0 available for licensing as a silicon block
2008-09-19 Speedy read channel fit for enterprise HDDs
LSI Corp. has extended what it claims is the industry's broadest portfolio of SoC components for HDDs with the introduction of new read channel and PHY technologies
2009-06-10 PCIe 3.0 cores support up to 16 lanes
Gennum Corp.'s Snowbush IP group has completed silicon core designs of a controller and PHY device for PCIe version 3.0
2008-04-01 Raise UWB throughput for wireless HD video
Here's a report on the promise and technical challenges facing UWB, and on the throughput and encryption considerations for HD video distribution.
2010-07-02 LSI, Seagate co-develop 65nm HDDs with LDPC
LSI Corp. and Seagate have enabled what they claim to be the first HDDs with low-density parity check (LDPC) read channel in 65nm process SoC technology.
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