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Agere re-enters USB chip market with analog companion to digital ASICs
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5/31/2002   Post a comment
ALLENTOWN, Pa. -- Agere Systems Inc. today introduced a USB 2.0 analog chip for customized digital-only ASICs serving the Universal Serial Bus 2.0 standard. The introduction is a change in course for Agere, which last year announced it was pulling out of the USB 2.0 market to focus more attention of 1394b serial links (see July 16 story).
Intel quits InfiniBand, but will support its deployment
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5/24/2002   Post a comment
Despite Intel's announcement yesterday that it would no longer produce InfiniBand host channel adapters (HCAs), Intel and observers were quick to say that the semiconductor giant will continue to support and play an instrumental role in InfiniBand's deployment.
Future Technologies to Help You 'Live Long and Prosper'
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5/22/2002   Post a comment
Inspired by a thought-provoking panel on Killer Technology Applications at the recent Custom Integrated Circuits Conference, TechOnLine's Jim Lipman looks into his crystal ball. What he sees (and discusses) are tomorrow's superstar applications and the kinds of devices on which they will run.
Kawasaki and Israeli's Silicom design 'foolproof' USB connection ICs
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5/13/2002   Post a comment
KFAR SAVA, Israel -- Silicom Ltd. here and San Jose-based Kawasaki LSI USA Inc. today claimed development of the industry's first "self-install" enabled chips for the Universal Serial Bus (USB) standard. The new Iplug-USB enabled chips are part of a three-year partnership agreement between the two companies, which will retain the rights to market the technology under their own brand names.


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