Posted by Eric Huang on April 9, 2012
Tomorrow, I should be posting something of interest to you on SuperSpeed Interchip (SSIC).
If all goes well.
SuperSpeed Interchip (SSIC) brings USB 3.0 from outside the PC to on the PCB to use USB 3.0 between chips. It allows you to reuse your USB 3.0 software drivers and take advantage of USB 3.0 gigabit speeds to communicate between chips on the circuit board.
More tomorrow. Most likely.
Yes, this is a terrible blog entry.
You try to write something 12,213 people want to read at least once a week.
Something that isn’t a Facebook update status like, “Love the Fried Dumplings in Beijing”
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I like Fried Dumplings, Steamed Dumpling are good also.