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2009-12-29 WD, NEC drive SuperSpeed USB 3.0 use
Western Digital and NEC Electronics are collaborating to promote the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 standard for use in electronic devices including PCs, PC peripherals and digital appliances.
2014-09-24 VESA extends DisplayPort support to USB Type-C interface
The specification leverages the Alt Mode functional extension of USB Type?C, repurposing some or all of the four existing SuperSpeed USB lanes to deliver full DisplayPort performance.
2008-11-13 Verification IP eases USB 3.0 dev't
Denali has announced that its PureSpec verification IP product now backs the USB 3.0 specification from the USB 3.0 Promoter Group, enabling device and system designers to start advanced USB 3.0 production
2011-06-17 USB SuperSpeed-enabled device shipments to reach 80M
In-Stat is forecasting that shipments of USB SuperSpeed-enabled devices will approach 80 million this year as companies adopt this technology in their next-generation devices.
2009-06-30 USB set to SuperSpeed after slow 2009
In-Stat predicts cutting-edge USB technology SuperSpeed will enable 10x faster performance.
2008-11-19 USB interface grabs a higher version
The commonly used USB interface has now been upgraded to ver 3.0 at a developers' conference where some companies announced product plans for the new specifications with data rates that could hit 400MBps
2011-07-08 USB controller doubles IOPS
Cypress has unveiled its USB 3.0 peripheral controller designed to improve the performance of mobile handhelds during boot, page loading and apps switching
2011-04-11 USB 3.0: More than just a speed boost
Find out what is new and better with SuperSpeed USB protocols
2010-08-27 USB 3.0-SATA bridge certified SuperSpeed compliant
Fujitsu's USB 3.0-SATA bridge IC wins SuperSpeed certification from USB group
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
2014-12-23 USB 3.0 vs USB 2.0: Reference at a glance
USB 3.0 is the third major version of the Universal Serial Bus standard for computer connectivity. In this article, we share a summary of important differences between USB 2.0 and USB 3.0
2009-05-15 USB 3.0 transceiver IC ensures data integrity
Texas Instruments Inc. will demonstrate a 5Gbit/s transceiver test chip designed to drive and receive signals over 4m USB 3.0 cables to ensure data integrity
2010-06-30 USB 3.0 transceiver boasts 'lighthing-fast' transfers
Texas Instruments Inc. has launched a SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0) transceiver capable of lightning-fast data transfers when compared to USB High-Speed devices (USB 2.0).
2010-09-13 USB 3.0 solution streams to multiple displays
SMSC's ViewSpan remote graphics technology changes the way displays are connected to PCs.
2011-05-13 USB 3.0 IC touts smallest package
Parade Technologies releases the PS8720, a Dual USB 3.0 Repeater/Redriver that supports two bi-directional USB ports on a single device
2011-08-12 USB 3.0 hub controllers support 2-layer PCB designs
SMSC's family of SuperSpeed USB hubs that claims to deliver the industry's smallest footprint eases expansion in docking stations, port replicators and all-in-one monitors.
2011-03-14 USB 3.0 host controllers speed transfers, cut power use
Renesas'?PD720201 and?PD720202 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 xHCI host controllers add a new four-port product to the Renesas Electronics USB lineup for electronic devices such as PCs and DTVs.
2007-12-04 USB 3.0 group seeks contributors for spec draft
Targeting to complete the initial draft by the fist half of 2008, the USB 3.0 Promoter Group is inviting additional contributors for the first draft of the specification
2008-08-19 USB 3.0 controller spec revealed
Intel Corp. has released a nearly complete specification for a USB 3.0 controller chip
2010-07-01 USB 3.0 controller packs dual SATA HDD ports
PLX's OXU3102 DAS controller targets the professional- and power-consumer) market segment and combines USB SuperSpeed's 5Gbit/s interface with dual high-speed serial ATA HDD ports.
2009-12-17 USB 3.0 controller achieves over 430MBps throughput
Evatronix SA has launched the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 device controller that is claimed to reach over 430MBps of throughput.
2009-07-29 USB 3.0 bridge IC enables 5Gbit/s transfer rate
Fujitsu Microelectronics Asia Pte Ltd has introduced the new USB 3.0-SATA bridge ICs that supports SuperSpeed USB, the USB 3.0 specification, and enables data transfer rates of 5Gbit/s maximum between external storage devices and PCs.
2010-09-22 Third Fujitsu USB 3.0 compliant IC allows high-speed hardware encryption
Fujitsu launches the MB86E50 USB 3.0-SATA bridge IC
2009-08-26 Test suite supports SuperSpeed USB
From LeCroy Corp. comes a single-source lineup of test instruments to comprehensively support the USB 3.0 standard, also known as SuperSpeed USB.
2010-08-17 Synopsys USB software alliance launched
Synopsys, USB software providers join forces to launch DesignWare USB Software Alliance Program to ensure seamless on-the-go computing
2013-12-12 Synopsys demos SuperSpeed USB 10Gb/s host-device IP data transfer
As measured by the Ellisys USB Explorer Protocol Analyzer, the IP realized 10Gb/s USB 3.1 effective data rates of more than 900MB/s between two Synopsys HAPS-70 FPGA-based prototyping systems
2011-10-20 Surge of USB continues
A recent forecast pegs the total USB-enabled device shipments in 2015 at six billion
2010-09-16 SuperSpeed USB products get go signal
The USB Implementer's Forum has certified a range of devices as compliant with the USB 3.0 spec, including motherboards, notebooks, external storage devices, storage controllers and standalone chips
2010-12-28 SuperSpeed USB in 14M devices in 2010, says In-Stat
The first shipments of SuperSpeed USB came out in 2009, and since then, the interface has been incorporated into mobile PCs, desktop PCs, aftermarket cards, external hard disk drives, and USB flash drives.
2009-08-12 SMSC, Symwave accelerate USB 3.0 growth
SMSC and Symwave Inc. team up to speed delivery of end-to-end USB 3.0 solutions for mobile, consumer and computing
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