IC designers may delay USB 3.0 chip launch
Monica Chen, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES

Taiwan-based IC design houses ASMedia Technology, a subsidiary of Asustek Computer; VIA Labs, a subsidiary of VIA Technologies; and Etron Technology as well as the US-based Fresco Logic originally planned to offer USB 3.0 chips for use in motherboards...

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