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UASP for Faster USB for Mass Storage

All USB Storage products, Flash Drives, Thumb Drives, Hard Drives, and SSDs use a transfer protocol called “Bulk Only Transfer” or “BOT” protocol.  This works reliably in Windows and Linux and other operating systems.  In USB, a Bulk Transfers refers to a transfer of data that must be 100% accurate when it arrives. No errors […]

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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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