To USB or Not to USB

Wireless, Quantum Computing, and a USB Type-C

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We’ve just returned from USB Developers Days in Vancouver, B.C.

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So it’s Saturday night at 11pm  (now 1145ish) and I’ve not blogged for several weeks so it’s time.

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Synopsys earned the first ever certification of a USB 3.1 Host IP Solution.

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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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Siri lied to me

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Robots and USB (still mostly Robots)

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We love robots in California.

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Cars vs Trains and sometimes planes

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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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