From a Galaxy Far, Far Away (or More Like 2015 ish) The USB-IF anticipated that process nodes would advance to a point where the USB 2.0 standard of 3.3V signally wouldn’t work anymore. Or rather, the IO voltages in advanced process nodes don’t support generating or receiving 3.3V for signaling.
This afternoon I thought “There isn’t enough caramel in the world.” Specifically, my favorite candy bar the “100 GRAND” has the right balance of caramel, chocolate, and crispy rice in a bite size piece. Sadly the candy bowls on 3 floors did not have any 100 GRAND bars.
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Learn How Inuitive Achieved First-Pass Silicon Success for NU3000 Multi-Core Signal Processor with DesignWare USB 3.0
Relationships Between USB Specs, Part Two & Where to Learn more about Type-C and DisplayPort alt mode
Recently I blogged on the relationships between USB Type-C, USB 3.1, Power Delivery and DisplayPort specifications. In my last blog I simplified the view focusing on the important and latest specifications. I think the simplified view answer most designer’s questions but there are still a few that like to see the full history and complex interactions. The below image, click to enlarge, provides a more detailed view of the different specifications, timeline representation and relationships.
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As reported by the Apple Insider, the Innovator announced double-speed ThunderBolt under the code name Falcon Ridge this Monday.
If you follow Synopsys Mergers news we acquired a Japanese company.
Most people don’t have a clue what goes on with USB 3.0 Certification (or USB 2.0 Certification).
Why does it matter that Synopsys has more than 30 customers and 40 design wins for USB 3.0?
Synopsys, the only IP company with Certified Host & Device IP
Today at the Flash Memory Summit, Lexar’s Jonathan Hubert presented “The Future of High Performance Flash Cards.” The proposed standard called “BluLightning” transfers data faster than SDXC. In fact, BluLightning uses USB 3.0.