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+ - USB 3.0 chip details revealed->

Submitted by oranghutan
oranghutan (1611427) writes "A company producing silicon for the USB 3.0 standard has claimed its SOC (system on a chip) platform can ship data to external storage devices at 500MB per second. Symwave made the announcement at the Hot Chips conference on Monday. The company has produced prototypes and hopes to ship by the end of the year. http://www.arnnet.com.au/article/315997/usb_3_0_chip_will_bring_raid_external_drives"
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