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February 2009 Archives

MCCI Corporation, the world's leading developer of USB connectivity for the mobile communications industry, announces the availability of its USB host software stack for the USB 3.0 Extensible Host Controller Interface (xHCI) Host Controller. The xHCI specification provides a standardized method for USB 3.0 host controllers to communicate with the USB 3.0 software stack. USB 3.0 will support data rates up to 5Gbps.

"The release of MCCI's USB 3.0 xHCI software stack is important to help customers bring SuperSpeed USB 3.0 products to market," said John Koeter, vice president of marketing for the Solutions Group at Synopsys. "Our collaboration with MCCI provides designers with access to an interoperable system-level USB 3.0 solution consisting of MCCI's USB software stack and our high-quality DesignWare SuperSpeed USB IP, enabling the quick adoption of the SuperSpeed USB standard with less risk."

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MCCI Announces RMNet Host Side Drivers

MCCI Corporation today announced the addition of production-ready RMNet Host Side Drivers to its USB Host Side Drivers portfolio. RMNet is Qualcomm's virtual Ethernet over USB solution. MCCI's RMNet drivers allow Qualcomm-based handsets and evaluation boards to communicate via Ethernet with PC hosts. Evaluation drivers are available to qualified OEMs.

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Dual-Mode WiMax/3G Handsets Enabled by MCCI

MCCI Corporation announces the availability of software that allows wireless devices to seamlessly transfer calls and Internet activity between a 3G cellular network and a WiMax network. This means that users of handsets supporting both a cellular technology and WiMax can take advantage of the highest available data rates. Cellular operators throughout the world are adding capacity and services to the 3G cellular network through complementary WiMax and LTE networks. MCCI is delivering this product to customers now; end-user products using this technology should be shipping in the second half of 2009.

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