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1998\06\17@110746 by eslight

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Anyone knows if Microchip will do a USB solution like Cypress did?


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DigiSuite SQA Specialist.
Video Production Group, Matrox Electronics Inc.
Dorval, Quebec (Canada).
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1998\06\17@112719 by Steve Lawther

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    Eric

    The answer seems to be no, at least not until the market takes off,
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    which point they will put USB devices on their road map.

       Steve L




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Subject: USB support?
Author:  Eric Slight [SMTP:.....eslightKILLspamspam@spam@MATROX.COM]  at UKExchange
Date:    17/06/98 15:52


Anyone knows if Microchip will do a USB solution like Cypress did?


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Eric Slight          E-mail: eslightspamKILLspammatrox.com

DigiSuite SQA Specialist.
Video Production Group, Matrox Electronics Inc.
Dorval, Quebec (Canada).
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1998\06\17@154917 by Paul BRITTON

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Eric Slight wrote:

>Anyone knows if Microchip will do a USB solution like Cypress did?
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Come off it Eric they can't even do I2C properly yet!

1998\06\18@110238 by Keith Howell

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Paul BRITTON <.....Paul.BRITTONKILLspamspam.....MMSUK.CO.UK> wrote:
> Eric Slight wrote:
> >Anyone knows if Microchip will do a USB solution like Cypress did?
> Come off it Eric they can't even do I2C properly yet!

I second that. I forecast even bigger fuckups if/when they try.

Maybe they should try buying in peripheral designs from an IP house
such as ARM. They have lots of off the shelf stuff. IrDA, I2C, etc.
I'd trust bought-in IP more than Microchip's designed to order.

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