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    Covering the latest trends and topics in USB IP.

    I started working on USB in 1995, starting with the world’s first BIOS that supported USB Keyboards and Mice while at Award Software. After a departure into embedded systems software for real-time operating systems, I returned to USB IP cores and software at inSilicon, one of the leading suppliers of USB IP. In 2002, inSilicon was acquired by Synopsys and I’ve been here since. I also served as Chairman of the USB On-The-Go Working Group for the USB Implementers Forum from 2004-2006.

    I received an M.B.A. from Santa Clara University and an M.S. in Engineering from University of California Irvine, and a B.S. in Engineering from the University of Minnesota. I’m a licensed Professional Engineer in Civil Engineering in the State of California
    - Eric Huang

USB-IF Chairman First Interview about Double-Speed USB 3.0 (10Gbps)

Posted by Eric Huang on January 30th, 2013

Jeff Ravencraft, Chairman and COO of the USB Implementors Forum (USB-IF) spoke to me (Eric Huang) at CES 2013. As far as I know, this is the one and only video interview with a USB-IF person. So you get to see it here.

If that doesn’t work you can go to the YouTube Video here


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I’m so glad to be able to share the following story with you.
I had this conversation that went something like this:
Eric: So in your military service, they taught you how to use weapons?
Person: No, I was in the Medical Rescue Team, we helped people
Eric: People like me?
Person: No, definitely not you.

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