Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, June 18 2001
CUSB was replaced by the USBFS-DEV core. USBFS-DEV has been discontinued. Please contact Sales to learn more.
Semiconductor intellectual property (IP) provider CAST, Inc. today announced its new synthesizable core that implements the Universal Serial Bus (USB) 1.1 standard.
The new core provides all USB functionality as specified in the 1.1 version of the IEEE standard. It is available synthesizable for implementation in any technology, or optimized for specific devices.
“We’ve been focused mostly on processor cores, but our customers increasingly ask for broader, more complete solutions,” said Bill Finch, vice president for sales. “ The USB 1.1 is a popular bus that’s a great match for integration with our 8- and 16-bit processors, and we offer it with better pricing and easier licensing than just about anybody.”
Developed by CAST partner Evatronix S. A., the new CUSB core is available now. Different configurations and licensing terms are available; US pricing for the core starts at about $40,000.
About CAST, Inc.
CAST provides practical, affordable IP cores and services for designers of 8- and 16-bit microprocessor-based systems. Operating since 1993, the company has a reputation for quality products, flexible licensing, and responsive, comprehensive technical support. The company is located near New York City, and works with an international network of IP developers and distributors.
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