1997: Year of USB core integration

January 1997
Electronic News;01/20/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2151, p20
Trade Publication
Reports that semiconductor vendors and intellectual property (IP) providers in the 1997 USB Developers Conference are planning to roll out proprietary Universal Serial Bus (USB) cores and detailed strategic roadmaps to integrate them into application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) and other devices. Comments from Sand Microelectronics president Anand Naidu.


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