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USB 2.0 PHY from Arasan targets cars, mobile devices

09 Mar 2016

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Arasan has announced a USB 2.0 PHY geared for mobile devices and the automotive market. The IP expands the company's library of nodes, available from 180nm to 28nm from major foundries including automotive grade qualifications.

Ubiquitous in PCs, USB 2.0 is now the charging and media transport interface for billions of mobile products from smartphones to headphones. USB is pervasive in all electronic segments including automotive, enterprise, medical and industrial applications.

Arasan entered the USB 2.0 PHY IP market with the acquisition of the silicon-proven Mentor technology. Arasan engineering successfully integrated the technology into Arasan's design flow to ensure interoperability with its controllers. Arasan is the only company to offer the complete suite of USB 2.0 IP products including the USB 2.0 Host, Hub, Device, OTG and PHY, the company claimed. Arasan also offers the HSIC option for chip to chip connections over USB.

Arasan's USB 2.0 IP PHY and USB 2.0 controller IP are available for immediate delivery.




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