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USB Killer

USB Killer I’ve spent a week learning about our ARC processors and Security products and how we can build trusted environments inside the PC using hardware and software to prevent security breaches. It turns out you can disable an electronic device through it’s USB port.  (Probably possible through any port, but let’s focus on USB).  […]

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USB Type-C to replace the 3.5mm head phone jack & introducing USB-IF certified USB-C chargers

During IDF 2016 there was a lot of buzz around USB Type-C. Two of the hot topics were USB Type-C for audio and the announcement by the USB-IF to offer certification for Type-C chargers. Also, Synopsys demonstrated our USB-IF Certified 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gb/s) host and device solution. Below is a picture of a […]

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USB IP and National Moth Week

USB IP and National Moth Week Happy Moth Week! It’s the 5th Annual National Moth Week here.   I turned on my radio, and heard the words “..younger than these other animals…”  And thought, that is a a terrible way to describe young delegates at a political convention.   Then I realized it’s Science Friday. […]

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