The First USB 3.0 Certified Device

You need the controllers before getting the goodies, and that's why this NEC xHCI host controller is the first USB 3.0-certified device. Good, because I need this USB 3.0 1080p camera, capable of capturing 60 raw, uncompressed frames per second: » 9/21/09 11:20am 9/21/09 11:20am

Intel Stumps Up With USB 3.0 Specs, Makes Them Royalty-Free

As we reported they would last year, Intel has published a draft specification for the next-gen connection system, USB 3.0. The v0.9 eXtensible Host Controller Interface specs are designed to allow hardware developers to steal a march on developing next-gen interfacing gizmos ahead of the final certification of the… » 8/14/08 7:22am 8/14/08 7:22am