USB Implementers Forum signals broad development of Hi-Speed USB 2.0

AUGUST 30--Intel vice president Louis Burns, in his keynote address Wednesday at the Intel Developer Forum, Fall 2001 (San Jose, CA), gave the first-ever demonstration of a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 digital video camera connected to an Intel Pentium 4 processor platform based on an Intel prototype chipset with an integrated USB 2.0 controller.

Aug 30th, 2001

AUGUST 30--Intel vice president Louis Burns, in his keynote address Wednesday at the Intel Developer Forum, Fall 2001 (San Jose, CA), gave the first-ever demonstration of a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 digital video camera connected to an Intel Pentium 4 processor platform based on an Intel prototype chipset with an integrated USB 2.0 controller. The Intel Desktop Platforms Group executive said the chipset would enable broad deployment of Hi-Speed USB 2.0 next year. The Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface provides the bandwidth necessary to deliver the real-time video from Opteon's USB 2.0 camera and will allow a single person to create TV-broadcast quality videos in real time.

The nonprofit USB Implementers Forum Inc. was formed to provide a support organization and forum for the advancement and adoption of USB technology. The USB-IF facilitates the development of high-quality, compatible USB devices, and promotes the benefits of USB and the quality of products that have passed compliance testing.

Further information, including postings of the most recent product and technology announcements, is available by visiting the USB-IF Web site:www.usb.org.

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