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2007-04-16 Using the OPB EPC with the SMSC LAN 91C111 controller
This application note demonstrates the use of On-Chip Peripheral Bus (OPB) External Peripheral Controller (EPC) to support the SMSC LAN 91C111 controller chip in a PowerPC 405 processor based reference system.
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).
2006-04-18 Toshiba licenses SMSC tech for display SoCs
Toshiba Electronics Europe GmbH has licensed Media Local Bus technology from chipmaker Standard Microsystems Corp. for integration into its Capricorn SoC devices.
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.
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.
2003-09-10 SMSC, Intel enter IP collaboration
Standard Microsystems Corp., a fabless semiconductor supplier, and Intel Corp. have enhanced their intellectual property and business relationship.
2010-09-29 SMSC's MOST technology penetrates 100 car models
SMSC says MOST now enjoying broad adoption among carmakers worldwide
2002-03-05 SMSC USB 2.0 controller IC supports UDMA mode 4
The USB97C201 USB 2.0 peripheral controller supports UDMA modes 1 to 4, enabling it to transfer data packets to and from ATA/66 and ATA/100 HDDs at maximum sustainable burst data rate of 53MBps.
2003-04-04 SMSC USB 2.0 controller enables bus-powered hubs
The USB20H04 USB 2.0 hub controller IC of Standard Microsystems Corp. operates two downstream USB ports.
2007-01-03 SMSC unveils advanced temperature sensors
To meet the thermal management requirements of today's advanced, high-performance mobile electronics, PC and embedded applications, SMSC has unveiled two families of advanced temperature sensors.
2011-06-16 SMSC tech targets PC, gaming apps
SMSC released KleerNet technology, a wireless audio connectivity solution for PC, tablet, home theater and gaming.
2005-04-05 SMSC takes over networking, multimedia chip maker
SMSC has acquired OASIS SiliconSystems Holding AG, a developer of ICs for networking and multimedia devices used in automotive information applications.
2002-11-22 SMSC samples 14-by-14mm USB flash drive controller
Standard Microsystems Corp. has announced that it is sampling its USB97C242 single-chip Hi-Speed USB flash drive controller in a 100-pin STQFP.
2002-01-22 SMSC receives license for I2C patents
Standard Microsystems Corp. (SMSC) has agreed with Philips Corp. to settle their patent dispute related to U.S. Patent No. 4,689,740.
2002-06-13 SMSC PHY IC meets USB 2.0 standard
The GT3200 USB 2.0 analog PHY IC from Standard Microsystems Corp. features a complete AFE interface that enables designers to cut time-to-market of USB 2.0-based peripherals.
2011-05-23 SMSC pays $67.5M for BridgeCo
SMSC's acquisition of BridgeCo makes the concept of connected home a reality and enables consumers to access their local or cloud-based music library from any device and from any room in the home.
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.
2011-05-03 SMSC licenses ICC technology to AMD, Qualcomm
AMD's ICC license will allow it to develop devices designed to be compliant with the HSIC specification for USB 2.0 host applications.
2012-05-23 SMSC investors sue to stop Microchip takeover
An investor filed suit last week against SMSC's directors seeking to block the acquisition,
2002-05-06 SMSC I/O controller targets notebook port replicators, docks
Standard Microsystems Corp. has announced the shipment of the LPC47N237 I/O Controller targeted for notebook PC port replicators and docks.
2002-07-30 SMSC highlights USB 2.0 solutions at ESC-Asia 2002
2003-08-05 SMSC device suits PCs, embedded systems
Standard Microsystems Corp.'s EMC6D102 multi-zone fan control device provides fan control, voltage monitoring, and power saving operating modes.
2002-05-08 SMSC controller IC bags NTS Labs USB-IF Silicon nod
The USB97C201 controller chip from Standard Microsystems Corp. has been certified as a Hi-Speed USB peripheral silicon building block by National Technical Systems Inc.
2002-06-07 SMSC completes acquisition of Gain Technology
Standard Microsystems Corp. has completed its acquisition of Gain Technology Corp., a designer, developer and supplier of analog and mixed-signal ICs and proprietary IP cores.
2010-11-17 SMSC buys USB 3.0 supplier
SMSC has acquired USB 3.0 chip supplier Symwave Inc., the latest in a string of acquisitions started in 2009.
2004-01-19 SMSC buys out minority interest in SMSC Japan
Standard Microsystems Corp. has purchased the minority interest in SMSC Japan from Sumitomo Metal Ind. Ltd.
2008-04-16 SMSC beefs up Ethernet product line
SMSC has broadened its portfolio of Ethernet technology solutions with the introduction of several new switches, PCI Ethernet controllers and USB to Ethernet controllers for the embedded market.
2005-11-07 Renesas to license SMSC's IP for digital content
SMSC and Renesas Technology Corp. have reached a licensing agreement enabling Renesas to incorporate SMSC technology providing Digital Transmission Content Protection (DTCP) for DVD audio and video, including copy-protected DVDs.
2012-08-02 Microchip's SMSC purchase given a green light
China cleared Microchip Technology's $939 million acquisition of Standard Microsystems.
2008-03-18 MCU integrates SMSC MediaLB interface
Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe has started to implement SMCS's Media Local Bus technology in the latest member of its 32bit MB91460 MCU product series.
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