TYCO ELECTRONICS LAUNCHES USB 3.0 CONNECTOR
As newer consumer devices and computer peripherals become more memory intensive, the need for much higher data transfer rates is more evident than ever. With such requirements in mind, Tyco Electronics (TE), a voting member of Universal Serial Bus-Implementers Forum (USB-IF), is pleased to release a new USB 3.0 connector, which has retained all the great features of previous generations of USB interconnects while improving upon them in the areas of performance and power management.TE‚Ä
According to the USB-IF, the standards body controlling the USB specification, the USB connector is the most popular form of interconnect in the consumer electronics marketplace today -- based on broad proliferation, versatility and ease of use. This interconnect clearly found its place in the PC and PC peripheral arena and can be found in nearly every consumer device produced in the last decade.
In the near future, TE plans to offer a full line of certified USB 3.0 product solutions. This portfolio includes various configurations of Standard A and B style plugs and receptacles; powered B plugs and receptacles; Micro B and AB plugs and receptacles; and cable assemblies. Various stacked and combination variations are expected to round out the TE USB 3.0 portfolio.
9th March 2011
Renesas Electronics Introduces New Third Generation USB 3.0 Host Controllers with Industry-Leading Transfer Speed and Low Power Consumption
14th July 2010
Renesas Electronics Introduces New USB 3.0 Host Controller with 85 Percent Reduced Power Consumption
6th May 2010
Tyco Electronics Launches Low-Voltage Direct-Current (LVDC) Grid Interconnects For Emerge Alliance DC Standard
29th January 2010
NEC Electronics - Twelve New 16-bit Microcontrollers with USB 2.0 functionality