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This week MCCI is demonstrating a full palette of SuperSpeed USB 3.0 products. Two events showcase MCCI at the leading edge of USB 3.0 development - the USB-IF SuperSpeed DevCon in Taipei, Taiwan, April 1-2 and the Synopsys Users Group (SNUG) Exhibition on March 30 in San Jose, California. Read more about these events.
This specification, first released in February 2010, provides a portable, USB 3.0 host-stack-independent API for use by Windows kernel drivers accessing USB 3.0 features that are not available through standard Windows kernel APIs, including USB 3.0 streams. Get a copy of the revised specification.

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Online registration for the SuperSpeed USB Developers Conference ends Thursday, March 25!
After this date, only on-site registration will be available at US$445 for USB-IF members and US$695 for non-members.

This is your opportunity to hear from the creators of SuperSpeed USB and obtain key information about how to incorporate it into your product roadmaps.

Come visit MCCI at Booth 44!
MCCI CEO Terry Moore will participate in a Roundtable Discussion on the Role of Software in System-Level Verification at the Santa Clara Convention Center on Tuesday, March 30. Other participants include Frank Schirrmeister (Synopsys), Shabtay Matalon (Mentor), and Bill Neifert (Carbon). Ed Sperling, Editor-in-Chief of  System-Level Design Community, will publish a transcript of the proceedings in that forum within two weeks of the event.

Here's an abstract of the theme under discussion:

The ongoing shift of project efforts from hardware to software in the era of multiple processor cores on a chip has significant impact on verification itself. More and more developers report that they use software on the embedded processors to verify the surrounding hardware. It is not only co-verification of hardware and software, the techniques to verify both seem to cause a melting process between both worlds of verification at the system-level. This roundtable will explore the role of software for verification and analyze the impact it will have on verification going forward.

SNUG_DCE_web_graphic.jpgMCCI will showcase its SuperSpeed USB 3.0 software solution as well as the USB 2.0 and 3.0 tools used by Synopsys experts and industry technical leaders at the 20th Anniversary Synopsys Users Group Meeting (SNUG) in the Santa Clara Convention Center, March 29 - March 31, 2010. SNUG is Silicon Valley's largest technical conference, drawing 2,000 Synopsys technology users. 100M units of Synopsys IP run on MCCI software. Take a look at what's planned and come visit MCCI in Booth 44.

EDN Covers MCCI SuperSpeed Product

Rick Nelson, EDN Editor-in-Chief  cites the speed and success of MCCI SuperSpeed USB 3.0 software in his article "One-stop shop provides easy-to-use USB 3.0 IP," an article touting the interoperability and ease-of-use of the Synopsys DesignWare SuperSpeed USB 3.0 IP.