Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > SuperSpeed

SuperSpeed Search results

?
?
total search78 articles
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.
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.
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
2009-08-26 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.
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.
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.
2013-09-03 SuperSpeed certified USB3 controller hubs from Microchip
Microchip's four-member USB553XB-5000 family of USB3 controller hubs provide a broad migration path for the designers of PCs, peripherals, computing platforms, storage solutions and consumer devices.
2012-09-11 Renesas touts SuperSpeed USB hub controller
The ?PD720210 hub controller aims to deliver reduced power consumption and greater compactness in applications that include docking stations, monitors, routers and digital consumer devices.
2009-10-22 Long road to SuperSpeed USB
Intel Corp.'s decision to wait until 2011 to support USB 3.0 in PC chipsets will put the wide adoption of the interconnect on hold for a year, said a senior technology manager at a top tier PC maker.
2011-08-12 Large data transfer drive SuperSpeed USB adoption
SuperSpeed USB will grow with 178 percent CAGR, primarily driving the entire USB market, according to a recent research by In-Stat.
2009-05-21 Host controller handles SuperSpeed USB 3.0
NEC Electronics has launched the ?PD720200 USB host controller tailored for the new SuperSpeed USB 3.0 standard.
2010-08-26 DSCs, camcorders first to adopt SuperSpeed USB
SuperSpeed USB will penetrate up to 60 percent of the digicam/camcorder CE segment by 2014, says In-Stat.
2010-06-15 Chipset integration: key to Superspeed USB take off
In-Stat analyst Brian O'Rourke believes that Integration is essential before a new USB standard becomes prominent in PCs.
2009-09-24 Analysis: Bumpy ride to SuperSpeed USB
The Intel Developer Forum is expected to fire up the buzz around SuperSpeed USB, but the transition to the 5GHz interface may be slower and bumpier than many would hope due to cost, power and support issues.
2011-04-11 USB 3.0: More than just a speed boost
Find out what is new and better with SuperSpeed USB protocols
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
2012-05-04 Selecting the right USB version for your app
Know the varieties of the ubiquitous USB interface so you can make the appropriate choice for your situation.
2010-07-15 Protocol analyzer cuts USB 3.0 test costs
LeCroy Corp. launches a USB 3.0 protocol analyzer that is designed to lower the cost of testing SuperSpeed USB devices.
2011-05-06 MIPI, USB 3.0 promoters collaborate on mobile chip interface
Designed for next-gen mobile silicon, the Superspeed Inter-Chip spec unites MIPI Alliance's M-PHY spec with USB 3.0's media access controller and higher layer software.
2012-01-19 Make the most of 8b/10b encoding in USB 3.0 design
Here's a guide to implementing 8b/10 bit encoding in a USB 3.0 design including how and when to use commercially-available SuperSpeed PIPE PHYs versus a custom design with general purpose deserializer components to allow direct access, capture and recording.
2011-02-17 HSIC-compatible PHY IP delivers power, area savings
The HSIC standard fully supports 480Mbit/s data transfer of the USB protocol. It eliminates 3.3 and 5V signaling, delivering huge silicon area and power savings in comparison to standard cable USB 2.0.
2008-08-26 Fresco Logic showcases speedy USB 3.0
The folks at Fresco Logic, a silicon IP, IC systems, and services company, has demonstrated its SuperSpeed USB data transfer on their hardware development platform to the USB Community at last week's Intel Developer Forum (IDF).
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top