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USB 3.2 University, The Foldable Phone, and International Standards

USB 3.2 University

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Synopsys Portfolio of ASIL ready IP for Automotive

Automotive is a big thing these days. All the stuff needed for cars needs to have a long life, and be super fault tolerant.  It needs to last for years.   Many of the chips ship for 5-10 years for replacements or in multiple model years.  (My guess is this may change as better modules become available. It may be possible to upgrade your cars EV (Embedded Vision) module every year or few years to enable better and better recognition, even if the drive train is the same.

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World’s First ASIL D Ready EV Processor (Pair it with USB!)

World’s First ASIL D Ready EV Processor (Pair it with USB!)

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USB Type C and HDMI, Elon sending Tesla into space

USB Type C and HDMI, Elon sending Tesla into space

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USB 3.2 Cable Lengths and Water Delivery

From USB 2.0 to USB 3.2, USB cables became shorter.

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Build Value – The Make vs. Buy Decision

As I’ve been reading about Robots replacing Humans in a variety of caregiving tasks. I’ve been thinking about the Make vs. Buy decisions our customers make about IP.

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Robots and USB (still mostly Robots)

Robots and USB (still mostly Robots)

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Robots and USB (mostly Robots)

We love robots in California.

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Autonomous Cars vs High Speed Trains and One Lawyer Joke

Cars vs Trains and sometimes planes

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DisplayPort and USB Type-C (Part 1 of a series)

DisplayPort became a associated USB when USB Type-C was launched. The Type-C connector provides additional pin/signals/wires to run  simultaneous lanes of more data.  The additional lanes are called Alternate Mode or “Alt-Mode” for short.  It is possible to run both USB on the USB lines and and DisplayPort in Alt Mode.

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