Hsinchu, Taiwan -- January 28, 2015 — M31 Technology, a global Intellectual Property (IP) provider announced it has received a “Customers’ Choice Award” for a paper presented at TSMC’s 2014 Open Innovation Platform® Ecosystem (OIP) Forum. The paper is Method of Portable Device Processing Data Based on Clock Extracted from Host Device. The authors are Scott Chang, Danny Huang and Eason Yi.
Built-in Clock (BCK) on high-speed interface IP is a crystal-less solution for IC design projects, especially mobile devices. This method has been widely used in USB related devices, such as flash memory disk, wireless transmitter, external sound card and webcam applications. This technology has the advantages of lower power consumption, great compatibility and the best electrical characteristics while accelerating M31 customers’ time-to-market. M31’s BCK technology has been verified on USB 2.0/3.0 devices and applied on the developing USB 3.1 interface and other device applications with high-speed interfaces.
M31 Technology was also honored with TSMC’s “Emerging IP Provider of the Year Award” in 2013. Suk Lee, the Senior Director of TSMC’s Design Infrastructure Marketing Division, has awarded a trophy to the team including Chairman H.P. Lin and three authors in M31’s company.
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