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USB 3.0 chipmakers to push into new AMD platform

Jan 3, 16:11

USB 3.0 chipmakers have recently started to push their chips in AMD's new Ontario and Zacate platform, which do not support USB 3.0 natively, and since AMD will not launch a platform...

ASMedia aims to ship 10 million USB 3.0 host controllers in 2011

Dec 1, 01:35

Taiwan-based IC design house ASMedia Technology has targeted to ship 10 million USB 3.0 host controller chips in 2011. It is currently waiting for a USB-IF certification for its devices,...

Notebook players in no hurry to fully advance to USB 3.0

Nov 5, 15:05

Notebook brand vendors believe that the notebook industry will need at least one more year before fully advancing to USB 3.0 since the cost and performance stability of existing USB...

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IC designers may delay USB 3.0 chip launch

Sep 7, 12:25

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...

Shipments of USB 3.0 chips by Taiwan makers not to be significant in 2010, say sources

Aug 2, 16:43

Although more than 10 Taiwan-based IC design houses, including Genesys Logic, JMicron Technology, ASMedia Technology, VIA Labs, Prolific Technology, Alcor Micro, Etron Technology...

NEC to cut USB 3.0 chip prices in 4Q10

Jul 23, 12:25

To counter competition from Taiwan-based USB 3.0 chipmakers, Japan-based chipmaker NEC reportedly plans to significantly cut prices for its first- and second-generation USB 3.0 chips...

ASMedia seeks USB 3.0 chip orders with aggressive quotes

Apr 21, 16:49

ASMedia Technology, a subsidiary of Asustek Computer, is aggressively seeking USB 3.0 chip orders from motherboard makers and is said to be offering prices below US$3 per unit to...

Host controller vendors eyeing USB 3.0 market in 2010

Mar 29, 15:29

USB controller design houses including ASMedia Technology, JMicron Technology and VIA Labs are all eyeing the growing USB 3.0 and SATA 3.0 controller solution market in 2010. The...

Intel USB 3.0 controller expected to speed up transition of the technology

Mar 23, 15:37

As Intel reportedly plans to launch a standalone USB 3.0 controller in 2010, sources from motherboard makers believe the transition from USB 2.0 to 3.0 will speed up.

Asustek subsidiary eyeing AMD southbridge design orders

Mar 9, 16:22

IC designer ASMedia Technology, a subsidiary of Asustek Computer, is reportedly striving for AMD southbridge design orders, according to industry sources.

Asustek aiming to ship 20 million notebooks in 2010

Feb 4, 13:53

Asustek Computer is aiming for annual notebook shipments of 20 million units in 2010, surpassing Toshiba and Lenovo to become the fifth largest vendor worldwide, according to Shien-yueh...

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