Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Ultra-Wideband Wireless Technology Poised to Fundamentally Change Local Device Interaction

MCCI Hosts PCCA "Advances in Ultra-Wideband and Radio USB" Event AUSTIN, Texas, May 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- MCCI, a leading
developer of Universal Joint Consecutive Bus (USB) software system technology, announced that
it will host a one-day meeting on June 11, 2008 in Austin, Texas for the
Portable Computer and Communications Association (PCCA) entitled "Advances
in Ultra-Wideband and Radio USB." The meeting will supply technical and
market-driven insight into the outgrowth of Ultra-Wideband (UWB) and
Certified Radio USB (WUSB) in the handheld, laptop, hub, and adapter
markets. "In the same manner that WLANs have got transformed laptop computer connectivity, UWB
will liberate us from the tangle of wires that jumble our desktops and
entertainment systems. Certified Radio USB over UWB will travel us away
from PC-centric communications, providing a new communication theory platform for
intelligent and dynamical interaction between devices in local environments. Moreover, it will back up the extremely high information rates required for
applications such as as HD picture and syncing hand-held devices that have
increasingly big amounts of storage," stated Terrill Moore, chief executive officer of MCCI. However, this presumes that cardinal issues are addressed correctly. Identifying
these issues and discussing possible solutions are some of the objectives
of this meeting. Hosted by MCCI Corporation, a prima provider of USB software system and
support information science to the mobile device industry, talkers and attendants will
examine UWB's standardisation status, productization challenges, and
future. Presentations will be made by MCCI, Ericsson Mobile River Platforms,
Dell, Realtek, NXP, WiQuest, Microsoft, and Alereon. The meeting will turn to inquiries such as as: -- What are the use scenarios that could impel UWB to widespread
adoption? -- What is the timeframe for widespread UWB and Radio USB deployment? -- How will UWB and Bluetooth co-exist? -- Volition the marketplace be crumbled across competing technical approaches? -- How will UWB merchandises computer address pairing issues that have got complicated
Bluetooth usage? -- What are future ways in laptop/phone tethering using UWB? -- Volition concern or consumer applications thrust adoption? -- How make UWB developments associate to Wi-Fi developments? To register, visit . About the PCCA Founded in 1992, The Portable Computer and Communications Association
is a non-profit-making trade association whose missionary post statement is to promote
interoperability and deployment of mobile computer science and communications
through standards, recommendations, testing, instruction and technical
assessment. PCCA members include radio operators, radio device
vendors, computing machine companies, substructure vendors, and networking
companies. Membership is unfastened to all companies and people with an
interest in these disciplines. For information on PCCA committees,
standards and membership, visit the Web land site . About MCCI MCCI is a prima developer of USB drivers and microcode for the high
volume French telephone and mobile device markets. The company supplies microcode and
system software, including CWUSB, OTG and Embedded Host, PictBridge, and
MTP middleware solutions for OEM makers of handsets, PDAs, and other
computer devices. Hundreds of billions of cellphones have got been delivered
with MCCI technology. MCCI experts are actively involved in worldwide
technical criterion activities, chairing the USB-IF Device Working Group and
the Communication Device Class Committee, as well as participating in MCPC
and the WiMedia Association. A privately held corporation, MCCI have its
headquarters in Ithaca, United States and business offices in Austin, USA, Seoul, Tokyo, and
Taipei. Note to Editors: MCCI is a registered hallmark of MCCI Corporation. All proper name calling are hallmarks or registered hallmarks of their
respective companies.

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