MCCI® Corporation develops system software that is embedded into our customers' consumer- electronics products.

May 2009 Archives

"MCCI exhibits protocol stack software for SuperSpeed USB..."
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MCCI Corporation provides expert guidance to an overflow crowd of USB 3.0 developers on Friday, May 22 at the TOYO Electro-Technical Center in Tokyo.  The USB 3.0 Technical Seminar, entitled  "Integrating SuperSpeed USB Technology," is focused on integrating, qualifying, and testing components in the development of SuperSpeed USB solutions. Organized by LeCroy and featuring speakers from LeCroy, MCCI, NEC, and Synopsys, attendees all face the challenges of implementing USB 3.0 physical and protocol layers.




MCCI® Corporation announces USB 3.0 SuperSpeed products at the USB 3.0 Developer's Conference in Tokyo. The company is working to bring the newest evolution of high speed connectivity to market in 2009 with USB 3.0 software solutions for xHCI host and device, as well as USB Attached SCSI. USB 3.0 SuperSpeed addresses the need for transferring or streaming very large media files, such as those on Blu-ray Discs. Early customers include hard disk drive (HDD) and solid state drive (SSD) vendors, PC manufacturers and digital video recorder (DVR) OEMs.

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MCCI Exhibits at ESEC-Tokyo

MCCI-at-ESEC-Tokyo.jpgBilingual staff at the MCCI booth in the Tokyo Big Sight wow early morning visitors to the Embedded Systems show with product demos, literature, product knowledge, and savvy conversation. Have a look!
MCCI® Corporation today announced a suite of demos showcasing its next generation products at the 12th Embedded Systems Expo at the Tokyo Big Sight, May 13 - May 15. Highlighting the product demonstrations is the introduction of MCCI's Windows 7 USB host drivers.

Connectivity solutions for wireless and portable devices are undergoing a significant increase in complexity and capabilities. More and more, consumer products are connecting to the Internet either on their own or through a personal computer. High Definition video and larger memory capacities mean faster data rates are needed to store and retrieve media content. To meet these increased demands, MCCI is working to deliver USB3.0 products in the second half of 2009.

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MCCI® Corporation, the world's leading developer of USB connectivity for the portable device industry, announces the availability of Windows 7 USB Host Drivers. These drivers are used by portable device manufacturers whose customers connect their devices to Windows PCs. MCCI host drivers support file transfer, contact synchronization, and cellular network connectivity as well as other functionality. MCCI products are largely complementary to Microsoft's "in box" USB drivers.

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