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July 2009 Archives

MCCI_Day.jpgToday's private seminar at Expo Comm Wireless Japan 2009, "MCCI Day," featured opening remarks by MCPC Secretary General Masahiro Hataguchi and presentations by MCCI CEO Terry Moore, Synopsys' Takahiro Tomonaga (not pictured), Gemalto's Takayuki Fujimori, and Renesas' Jun Ieta. Expert simultaneous translations were provided by Comfort, Inc. Speaking to a packed audience, the presenters guided participants through the intracacies of USB 3.0, USB UICC, WUSB, MBN, Hand-over Drivers, and general USB networking.  Read posted presentations here.
37,000 registered visitors to Expo Comm Wireless Japan 2009 are converging on the Tokyo Big Sight today through Thursday in what is known worldwide as the premier event specializing in Wireless & Mobile networks, Personal Area Networks, Internet ITS, Home networks, and other wireless technologies. At the MCCI booth, staff are set up to give product demos for USB UICC and Win 7 MBN Drivers to the existing and potential customers who stop in.
On August 3, MCCI CEO Terry Moore,  together with NEC's Mr. Yoshiyuki Tomoda, and LeCroy's Mr. Chris Busso, David Li, and Roy Chestnut will speak at a LeCroy-sponsored seminar in Taipei, Taiwan. Speakers will focus on integrating, qualifying, and testing components in the development of SuperSpeed USB solutions. The role of 5Gbps signaling and power management will be discussed, as will backwards compatibility with USB 2.0 environments.  Attendees will learn about the latest tools and techniques to help accelerate their USB 3.0 integration and test challenges. For details and registration information, please visit the organizer's site.

MCCI has made the Experimental Network Control Model (ENCM) Class Specification publicly available via locked PDF. As network speeds increase and  tolerance for delays decreases, developers are embracing ENCM as the preferred solution for transporting Ethernet frames across USB.