Terrill Moore, MCCI Corporation
EDN (October 1, 2012)
After a three-year teething period, USB 3.0 is finally mainstream. Microsoft and Apple support USB 3.0 in their latest releases of Windows and Mac OS X, respectively; Intel and AMD support USB 3.0 in their latest chipsets. This creates critical mass, which will cause USB 3.0 peripheral deployment to ramp significantly in the coming year. This will fuel a new round of USB 3.0 adoption in embedded systems. This article explores the likely issues that developers will encounter when bringing up USB 3.0 devices.
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