Posted by Eric Huang on May 5, 2011
Not only that, we had our PHYs in these systems also when we certified our Host and Device.
PHYs in multiple processes. PHYs that run at all USB speeds.
I’d spend another 12 paragraphs telling you how having the complete USB IP “solution” really brings greater depth & breadth to our product/expertise/support, but you know all that.
Press Release here
Synopsys as the only SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Dual Role Device IP certified in both Device mode and Host mode.
You didn’t know that.
So if you want the advantage of having a Dual Role Device that
a) Works it Host mode
b) Works in Device mode
c) Has been Certified in Host Mode and Device Mode
This Shameless Self Promotion is almost over. It won’t last long because I save the best parts for when I actually talk to customers.
Synopsys earned SuperSpeed USB certification of our USB 3.0 xHCI Host controller.
A simple statement that means a lot.
To receive certification you need to:
The 250 USB 2.0 peripherals take 10 days of testing at 12+ hours per day. (If you don’t actually have to debug anything.) You actually to run the device to make sure it works properly.
For the consumer it answers the question: Will my existing “stuff” will work?
The features that make USB easy to use, make it challenging for our customers to implement.
Next Time: SSIC and MIPI – or SuperSpeed InterChip and why you should care. And the answer to the question.
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