If it wasn’t for the fact that USB has always been spelled with capital letters, I would say that with the introduction of USB Type-C the organization behind all things USB—USB Implementers Forum—has truly earned for USB to be spelled with a capital letter (U stands for Universal). Maybe it should be also bold now?
We’re inviting you to view the second part of the interview Jeff Ravencraft, the President and COO of USB-IF gave at Cadence office. Today he’s talking big things again—the plan for the USB cable and connector to transmit other protocols, and it’s starting with display and HD Video, with Thunderbolt support being just round the corner. Take a look at the video.