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Synopsys USB 3.0 Host Certification Demo with USB Gold Tree

Most people don’t have a clue what goes on with USB 3.0 Certification (or USB 2.0 Certification).

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Posted in HAPS, Synopsys USB Demonstration, USB 3.0, USB 3.0 Adoption, USB Certification, USB IP, USB Video |

 

USB-IF Certifies PC Chipsets–The ones you care about

 

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Posted in Tablets, USB 3.0 Products, USB Certification, Windows 8 |

 

More USB 3.0 Products & Hosts, H.264 over USB

 

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Posted in USB 2.0, USB 3.0 Pricing, USB Certification |

 

Mainstreaming USB 3.0 – PC Chipset Support

 

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Posted in USB 3.0, USB Certification |

 

Kinect Teardown from EE Times, Second USB 3.0 Host Certified

Sony and Microsoft have added Motion Control to their game systems.  Specifically, Sony has wireless motions sensing remotes (called the Move) similar to the Wii controller (WiMote).  Microsoft has the Kinect.

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Posted in USB Certification, XBox 360 Kinect |

 

USB 3.0 in Chipsets

Digitimes reports that USB 3.0 will appear in chipsets by January 2012.

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Posted in USB 3.0, USB Certification |

 

Certified SuperSpeed USB 3.0 IP Solution – Core and PHY IP

Our Synopsys engineering team earned SuperSpeed USB 3.0 certification for our USB 3.0 IP Solution including our USB 3.0 Device Core and our USB 3.0 PHY in TSMC 65LP.  We designed our USB IP into a mass storage reference design.  Think of it as a hardware prototype of a giant USB 3.0 flash drive that costs over $100,000 in hardware.   See the hardware below.  At the USB-IF’s Platform Interoperability Lab in Oregon, we passed a rigorous set of tests over 2 days including protocol, electrical, and interoperability tests.

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Posted in USB 3.0, USB Certification |

 

USB 3.0 Certification

The USB-IF will begin certifying SuperSpeed USB 3.0 products at it’s lab at the Platform Interoperability Lab.  This is significant because it means 2 things:

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Posted in USB 3.0, USB Certification |

 

USB Won, Certified Wireless USB will Win. Really…

I agreed to do this blog because there is so little opinionated stuff debunking the debunkers of Wireless USB. Yes, I’m a USB chauvinist, and a Wireless USB chauvinist, but I understand how this stuff gets adopted and used.  At least in my own mind. 🙂

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Posted in Bluetooth, USB 2.0, USB Certification, USB-IF, UWB, WiFi |