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World’s First SSIC Demo again

Here’s the longer, more detailed version of our USB 3.0 SSIC demonstration.   It’s 7 minutes.  It’s going to be the best 7 minutes of your day.   SuperSpeed Interchip Proof of Concept–Long Version   If you want to watch the shorter version (or more of a description) go back to last week’s blog here for […]

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The World’s First Demonstration of SuperSpeed InterChip (SSIC)

Synopsys worked with the USB-IF SSIC Working Group to develop a SSIC Proof of Concept demonstration.  The USB-IF has been working on SSIC for some time.   This Proof of Concept in FPGA is to test the SSIC specification version 0.90 to see if it actually works in hardware. It worked (mostly).   We learned, […]

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USB 3.0 SSIC Tomorrow, probably

  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 […]

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LPM and HSIC – Light Technical and Synopsys Marketing

I’ve worked on little things like business reviews and integrated product plans the last several weeks. In the meantime, I’m going to start catagorizing these entries as one of 3 things 1)      Marketing 2)      Technical Light 3)      Technical Heavy 4)      Synopsys Marketing 5)      Tech Life 6)      Rants Okay, one of 6 things This way you can […]

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