33 news items tagged USB 3.1
AMD to launch Godavari APUs at end of May, say Taiwan makersMonday 27 April 2015
AMD will launch Godavari series APUs at the end of May to compete with Intel's Broadwell and Skylake platforms, according to Taiwan-based supply chain makers.
ASMedia leads in USB 3.1 controller ICs amid Taiwan IC designersTuesday 3 March 2015
ASMedia Technology, among Taiwan-based IC design houses, has taken the initiative to offer USB 3.1 controller ICs and has won adoption by Asustek Computer and ASRock for new motherboards...
Asustek to launch motherboards with USB 3.1 at end of FebruaryThursday 12 February 2015
Asustek Computer will take the initiative to launch motherboard with support for USB 3.1 at the end of February, according to Taiwan-based supply chain makers.
Shipments of USB 3.1 peripherals and chips to take off in 1H15Wednesday 24 December 2014
Shipments of PC peripherals and chips supporting USB 3.1 standards are set to take off in the first half of 2015 due to the support of USB 3.1 interfaces by Microsoft, Intel, Apple...
Faraday and Fresco Logic jointly develop 55nm USB 3.1 host controller, says reportTuesday 23 December 2014
IC design service provider Faraday Technology and Fresco Logic, a fabless semiconductor company delivering SuperSpeed USB connectivity solutions, have jointly developed a 55nm USB...
ASMedia to sample USB 3.1 to SATA controller chips in AugustFriday 6 June 2014
USB controller maker ASMedia will begin to sample USB 3.1 to SATA device controller chips in August 2014, according to company president Chewei Lin.
JMicron will launch USB 3.1 FPGA platform with new 10Gbps USB3.1 technologyTuesday 3 June 2014
According to a Gartner report on the HDD enclosure IC market, JMicron has been the top vendor since 2010. As the leading vendor of storage controllers, JMicron will launch various...
Digitimes Research: USB 3.1 still cannot replace HDMI and Thunderbolt for Ultra HD transmissionsThursday 29 May 2014
The USB 3.1 standard has significantly raised the transmission speed to 10Gbps, up from the 5Gbps for USB 3.0, but the technology will still struggle to replace HDMI and Thunderbolt...