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2005-08-10 ULPI interface specs support hi-speed USB transceivers
The ULPI Working Group announced the first public availability of the UTMI+ low-pin interface (ULPI) industry specification for hi-speed universal serial bus (USB) and USB on-the-go (OTG) transceiver chips.
2003-07-07 Core vendors hammer out USB interface issues
A group of USB developers, including Philips and ARC International, are hammering out a board-level interface between USB controllers and PHY chips
2004-11-10 TransDimension, SMSC to achieve USB-IF certification
TransDimension Inc. and SMSC have announced the completion of high-speed USB compliance testing of the industry's first controller/transceiver solution utilizing the new UTMI+ Low Pin Interface (ULPI).
2005-08-18 Transceiver supports newly released ULPI specification
SMSC has announced its support of the newly released UTMI+ low-pin interface industry specification through its USB3300 ULPI standalone peripheral, embedded host or On-the-Go transceiver.
2005-07-25 Mentor receives certification of ULPI support for USB OTG core
Mentor Graphics Corp. said that its UTMI + low pin interface (ULPI) support for the Universal Serial Bus (USB) On-The-Go (OTG) standard has received certification from the USB Implementers Forum.
2005-09-02 Small PHY offers Hi-Speed USB host support in handhelds
The USB3450 UTMI+ standalone device/host transceiver from Standard Microsystems has passed Hi-Speed USB compliance testing with the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF
2004-09-29 USB 2.0 host controller core supports 480Mbps speed
LSI Logic announced the immediate availability of the CW000026 USB 2.0 Host Controller core through the LSI Logic CoreWare IP library.
2004-12-29 SMSC, TransDimension achieve USB-IF OTG certification
Standard Microsystems Corp. (SMSC) and TransDimension, a provider of USB connectivity solutions have completed the USB-IF On-The-Go (OTG) compliance testing for a hi-speed USB solution utilizing a stand-alone transceiver.
2007-03-05 NXP touts 'smallest' ULPI Hi-Speed USB transceivers
With the smallest device in this family measuring 2.2-by-2.25-by-0.6mm, in a 0.4mm ball pitch, NXP's ULPI Hi-Speed USB transceivers are touted to be the smallest in the market.
2007-08-02 Complete USB 2.0 device controller rolls
Altera has expanded its IP portfolio with the introduction of a complete USB 2.0 Hi-/Full-Speed Device Controller solution from System Level Solutions.
2007-10-03 USB transceiver is 3x smaller than golf ball dimple
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has introduced a high-speed USB 2.0 transceiver available in the industry's smallest package that measures 2.2mm x 1.8mm.
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