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Parade Technologies enters USB 3.0 market with PS8710A and PS8710B repeaters/redrivers

11/15/2010 02:15 PM EST
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re: Parade Technologies enters USB 3.0 market with PS8710A and PS8710B repeaters/redrivers
_hm   11/16/2010 5:49:48 AM
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Can Actel / Atmel or Xilinx incorporate this physical layer inside their FPGA or some powerful micro controller? Once this is achieved, USB 3.0 will start getting adapted very fast in other low cost applications.

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