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NEWS TAGGED USB 3.0
Monday 15 April 2013
VIA Labs lands new orders for USB 3.0 hub controllers
Taiwan-based VIA Labs has grabbed USB 3.0 hub controller orders for docking stations from Lenovo, with shipments kicking off in the third quarter, according to industry sources. Monthly...
Friday 12 April 2013
More flash drives transition to USB 3.0
Many memory module makers have discontinued developing USB 2.0 flash drives since the second quarter, and now have new products all featuring the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface, according...
Tuesday 19 March 2013
Digitimes Research: Thunderbolt facing strong competition from USB 3.0
Digitimes Research has recently examined several existing data transmission technologies and found that currently seven of them may become competitors of Intel Thunderbolt.
Monday 18 March 2013
Tight control of supply by chipmakers affecting negatively flash card and drive shipments
Major NAND flash makers including Samsung Electronics and Toshiba continue to impose tight supply strategies towards memory card and flash drive manufacturers, which has had a negative...
Tuesday 26 February 2013
TLC flash chips reportedly in short supply
Production of TLC (triple-level-cell) NAND flash chips has slowed substantially as more suppliers allocate more capacity to MLC (multi-level cell) chips used for embedded multimedia...
Wednesday 20 February 2013
Etron to hit 10 million USB 3.0 flash drive controller milestone in 2013
Etron Technology is expected to see its cumulative shipments of USB 3.0 flash drive controllers surpass 10 million units in 2013, up significantly from the current one million units...
Tuesday 25 December 2012
VIA Labs obtains USB-IF certification for USB 3.0 hub controllers
USB device controller supplier VIA Labs has received USB-IF (USB Implementers Forum) certification for its VL811 and VL812 USB 3.0 hub controller ICs, according to industry sources...
Monday 17 December 2012
USB 3.0 chipmakers push into USB hub business
As Intel started natively supporting USB 3.0 technology with its Ivy Bridge platform, third-party chipmakers including Renesas Electronics, ASMedia, Etron Technology and VIA Labs...
Monday 3 December 2012
VIA Labs to roll out new USB 3.0 flash drive controllers built on 85nm
VIA Labs, a subsidiary of VIA Technologies specializing in USB 3.0 integrated chip controllers, will roll out new solutions for USB flash drives in December. The new VIA VL752-series...
Monday 3 December 2012
Competition set to become fierce for USB 3.0 flash drive IC suppliers
With more companies gearing up for the booming market for USB 3.0 flash drive controller ICs, competition is expected to be fierce in 2013, according to sources at memory module fi...
Friday 30 November 2012
ASMedia to list on TSE on December 12
ASMedia Technology, an Asustek Computer subsidiary specializing in the design and development of USB 3.0 host and device controller chips, will officially begin trading on the Taiwan...
Wednesday 14 November 2012
ASMedia to be listed at the end of December
ASMedia Technology, an Asustek Computer subsidiary that focuses on producing USB 3.0 controller chips, is set to be listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE) at the end of December,...
Wednesday 14 November 2012
Intel Thunderbolt suffers low penetration in the PC market
Intel's Thunderbolt technology is facing difficulty penetrating the PC market. Currently only about 10% of notebooks and motherboards adopt the technology due to high costs, according...
Tuesday 13 November 2012
ASMedia shipments of USB 3.0 flash device controllers to boom, says president
Strong demand for USB 3.0- and Thunderbolt-compatible peripherals will buoy ASMedia Technology's shipments of USB device controllers in 2013, according to company president Lin Che-wei...
Wednesday 7 November 2012
Etron to swing back to profitability in 2Q13
Etron Technology is expected to enjoy robust growth in shipments of USB 3.0 flash device controllers in 2013, which will help the company swing back to profitability, according to...