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SMSC USB3300 ULPI stand-alone peripheral

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-08-08 17:38:26
SMSC USB3300 ULPI stand-alone peripheral : In line with the availability of the UTMI+ low-pin interface (ULPI) industry specification for Hi-Speed Universal Serial Bus (USB) and USB On-The-Go (OTG) transceiver chips, SMSC today announced its support of the royalty-free ULPI specification through the availability of the Company's USB3300 ULPI stand-alone peripheral, embedded host or On The Go (OTG) transceiver. The USB3300, announced in November 2004, is the industry's first ULPI physical layer transceiver (PHY) to achieve the USB-IF's Hi-Speed certification and is ideal for consumer electronics applications requiring a Hi-Speed USB connection.

SMSC Hi-Speed USB Hub and Flash Card Controller

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-06-08 22:09:30
SMSC Hi-Speed USB Hub and Flash Card Controller : Getting the right set of digital photography connections to the front panel of a television, PC, or printer can be a difficult mechanical design challenge for equipment manufacturers. Now designers have a simple, cost-effective alternative to using multiple devices when adding the digital photography connections that consumers require. Today, SMSC, a leading semiconductor company delivering innovative system solutions spanning analog, digital and mixed-signal technologies, unveiled its USB2602 Hi-Speed USB hub and 15-in-1 flash media compound device controller. This industry-first solution combines two USB device controllers - flash media and hub - onto one chip.

SMSC USB 2230 Infrared and Flash memory reader

Mark Peters : 2005-05-17 12:30:00
SMSC USB 2230 Infrared and Flash memory reader : Setting free over billions of digital camera phone images is no easy task, but now consumers can have a simple, cost-effective alternative for transferring images to their PCs or media devices. Today, SMSC, a semiconductor company, unveiled its USB 2230 USB-to-Infrared and 15-in-1 flash media device controller. This industry-first solution combines flash media and infrared technology, enabling designers to deliver a simple point-and-shoot experience. Consumers can now easily and affordably transfer digital images from their camera phones and other Infrared Data Association (IrDA) enabled devices in a manner consistent with how they transfer images from their Digital Still Cameras.

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