Posted by Eric Huang on July 18, 2012
Microsoft’s Steven Sinofsky announced the availability of Windows 8 today as reported in the Microsoft Win 8 Blog a few hours ago.
For USB 3.0, it means every PC with Windows 8 will have the USB 3.0 driver support. (Windows 7 PCs with USB 3.0 have driver support. Those drivers come
To celebrate this announcement, we have a demonstration of our USB 3.0 Host running on a Windows 8.
Our demonstration uses:
And we run the USB 3.0 compliance test too. So, at least, you know it works in this setup.
Win 8 Launch Date Oct 26, 2012
Win 8 is good for USB 3.0
Synopsys tests with Win 8 USB 3.0 drivers (already)
Comments from Bloggers and Reviewers of Bloggers
“Synopsys’ Michael Posner pays homage to one of his colleagues and fellow bloggers, Eric Huang—who was alive and well at last sighting—while focusing at least tangentially on FPGA prototyping. We’re not quite sure of the real purpose of this blog, but it’s hard to stop laughing. “
At least go to Posner’s blog to see terrific screen shot of me. Check out Michael Posner’s blog talking about me and maybe even FPGA Prototyping here or by clicking on the headine below
If you don’t want to post a comment below, feel free to find me on LinkedIn, tell me who you are, and ask a question about USB.