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2005-06-06 WLAN 802.11b + mass storage USB stick for PCs, POS, handsets and PDAs reference design
This app note describes a reference design for the industry's first dualfunction USB stick.
2006-02-17 USB-stick development tool for TI's MCU goes for $20
Texas Instruments' eZ430-F2013 USB stick-based development tool enables users of its MSP430 MCU architecture to complete an entire MSP430F20xx project from start to finish. The tool is available for only $20.
2007-09-26 USB stick tool eases wireless MCU development
Texas Instruments Inc. has announced a new tool for designing embedded systems that combines ultralow-power MSP430 MCU with wireless communications.
2007-05-02 USB stack for ARM offers easy-to-use interface
IAR Systems has launched a USB stack that works with the IAR PowerPac RTOS and file system to offer the benefits of an easy-to-use USB interface to developers using IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM
2008-12-11 Hacking incidents spur need for secure USB memories
The next time you find a USB memory stick in a parking lot or outside your house, think twice before plugging it in. It could cost you your intellectual property or personal identity.
2008-05-15 SanDisk reigns in flash card, USB drive market
SanDisk took the top spot among global vendors in the $11.5 billion memory card and USB flash drive market last year, according to a report by DRAMeXchange
2007-02-21 Memory controllers enable secure, rapid USB data transfers
IntellaSys expanded its OnSpec memory controller line with two devices that are designed to enable secure and rapid USB data transfer from storage devices such as flash and HDD media
2003-10-24 GLI rolls out USB controller for Newcard spec
Genesys Logic Inc. has introduced the GL817E certified USB 2.0 high-speed bus power controller that is designed to support PCMCIA's Newcard specification
2003-09-12 Crucial Tech rolls hi-speed USB Flash card readers
Crucial Technology has introduced three Hi-Speed USB flash card readers that the company claims enable easier transfer of digital data from flash memory cards directly to a desktop computer
2002-10-02 ALi interface controller supports USB 2.0, Firewire
ALi Corp.'s M5271 single-chip multiple interface solution supports USB 2.0, IEEE 1394, Memory Stick, Secure Digital, and Multimedia Card.
2002-01-11 SanDisk unveils USB memory card readers at CES 2002
The company has introduced three ImageMate dual-slot memory card readers designed for quick and easy transfer of images, audio, video and data between storage cards and computers via the USB port
2007-01-15 TI unrolls target boards for portable designs
Targeting designers of portable, battery-powered applications, Texas Instruments has launched its new T2012 and the MSP-Mojo target boards for TI's eZ430 development tool.
2007-10-15 ST fields third-party starter kits for STM32 MCU
STMicroelectronics has released four evaluation and development kits, from leading third-party tool suppliers, designed to support its recently-announced STM32 MCU, which is based on ARMCortex-M3 core.
2010-01-25 Low-power 16bit DSPs ease system level dev't
TI's latest TMS320C55x DSPs provide a 20 percent performance increase, up to 120MHz, with higher integration to ease system level development.
2011-10-20 Implement protocol converters using MQX comm driver
Know how to use MQX communications drivers to make the job of implementing a protocol converter easier.
2011-12-22 USBs, peripherals take center stage
USB has become ubiquitous on almost every consumer electronic device, from smartphones to PCs, TVs to game consoles, disk drives to tablets, cameras and much more besides
2002-07-15 Taiwan's ICSI integrates Flash disk with MP3 controller
Hoping to cash in on the growing popularity of portable Flash-based drives, IC design house Integrated Circuit Solution Inc. is releasing an integrated USB Flash disk and MP3 player controller chip
2003-05-30 SMSC memory card controller connects directly to PCs
Standard Microsystems Corp. (SMSC) has announced that it is sampling 2G Hi-Speed USB 2. memory card controller
2007-08-09 Small A/V decoder fits digital media devices
Micronas has launched an advanced and fully integrated A/V front-end decoder, AVF 49x0B, said to be well suited for consumer devices such as PVRs, DVD recorders, STBs and PC-TV applications.
2012-11-05 NAND flash contract price grows 7-12% in 2HOct
According to TrendForce, tight supply and replenishment momentum persisted in 2HOct, which might even push the increase in NAND flash contract price until November.
2010-01-14 CES pulse: What's hot, cold and in between
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a great window on things to come with more than 2,500 exhibitors. Here's our take on what was hot and what was not.
2012-10-18 Can streaming sticks derail smart TV makers?
Several of China's chip companies specialising in multimedia processors which go into sticks have already lined up manufacturers to produce their stick products
2001-05-16 1394: Still the best bus for network backbones
If imitation is the highest form of flattery, those who advocate the 1394 multimedia standard ought to feel proud. Every time a group or company touts a new specification, it claims the new spec will do what 1394 already does.
2009-04-13 SBC RDK loads multiple connectivity options
Luminary Micro has launched the new Stellaris Intelligent 3.5-inch landscape display single-board computer reference design kit (RDK-IDM-SBC) featuring fully integrated 10/100 Ethernet (MAC+PHY), USB host and CAN interfaces
2008-07-01 Microcontrollers embrace USBs
Living up to its name, the USB is supplanting the RS-232 bus as the standard serial interface in general-purpose MCUs. The capability of integrated USB is also increasing as more devices incorporate both host and On-the-Go (OTG) capability to augment the endpoint-device interfaces of earlier MCUs. Recent product introductions show that the USB is making inroads into more specialized devices as well, targeting applications such as automotive, industrial and ultralow-power consumer products
2007-05-01 WiMedia for high-bandwidth comms
The key to the WiMedia form of UWB is that it can leverage existing markets surrounding USB, Bluetooth and IPs. WiMedia radios can support one or all of these schemes simultaneously
2005-06-08 Two new products from Agere
Agere Systems unveiled GigEasy, a USB 2.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter; and GigX, an ExpressCard form-factor Gigabit Ethernet Adapter
2002-04-25 Error correction problem delays production of TI chipset
Error correction problems on an integrated USB port has delayed Texas Instruments Inc.'s volume production of its fourth-generation chipset for Internet audio applications until late this quarter or early next quarter, the company said
2015-09-08 6th Gen Intel Core processors make market debut
The products support a range of device designs, from the ultra-mobile compute stick, to 2 in 1s and huge high-definition All-in-One desktops, to novel mobile workstations
2007-05-04 Zero-IF DVB-T tuner gets rid of costly SAW filters
By using unique ZIF architecture and integrating an RF-tracking filter, Maxim's DVB-T tuner TV tuner eliminates external, discrete filtering components and the expensive SAW filter, thus enabling the industry's lowest BOM.
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