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DisplayLink will be showing off its new SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0) chip platform for next generation displays, docking stations and other integrated devices at the Intel Developer Forum next week. The new DL-3000 and DL-1000 series DisplayLink single-chip family features integrated display and networking connectivity and high performance audio and HD video support. It also has third generation DisplayLink adaptive real-time compression technology that dynamically manages bandwidth and takes advantage of bi-directional throughput of SuperSpeed USB. This enables multiple full HD videos, high resolution graphics, and networking data to be processed simultaneously. Products with the new DisplayLink... Read more...
USB 3.0 is here. Or, it might as well be, as Point Grey is already announcing that it'll have a finalized product on display at this week's Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco. Officially, the USB-IF has yet to announce that any USB 3.0 products are on the chopping block, but considering just how long the protocol has been in the works, we wouldn't be surprised to see Point Grey joined by a host of other outfits with USB 3.0 reveals later this week.Though, it's somewhat unique that Point Grey, in a sense, has the planet's first USB 3.0 product that's not simply a demonstration. According to the company, it has worked with Fresco Logic to unveil a digital video camera that can take advantage... Read more...
Can you feel the excitement? We can. USB 3.0 is inching closer and closer to reality, which means your current PC is inching closer and closer to being a token of yesteryear. USB 2.0 has been around for years now, and by and large, it has been sufficient. Transfer rates are fairly quick, and industry support couldn't be higher.But hey, this industry is all about progress, and we aren't about to complain about newfound speed. The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) today announced the availability of the USB 3.0 (SuperSpeed USB) Compliance and Certification Program, which basically means that companies can have their products tested to receive the SuperSpeed USB logo/certification. Jeff Ravencraft,... Read more...