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VIA LABS VL800VL801 USB 3.0 CONTROLLER DRIVER
Traditionally, a PM is responsible for defining the features and specifications of a product, and is responsible for that product from engineering, application, and business perspectives for the duration of its lifecycle. The original vision for VIA Labs was that it would be a smaller and thus more agile company, and would be better equipped to tackle a more rapidly changing marketplace while developing technology that would ultimately benefit VIA. Based on our VIA Labs VL800VL801 USB 3.0 Controller with the USB 2.
For example, one of the markets we targeted from the beginning was the Add-in card market, which definitely appreciates having more ports, since motherboards have a limited number expansion slots and most customers will VIA Labs VL800VL801 USB 3.0 Controller add more than a single controller card. Also, based on our architecture, the design effort for building a 2 versus 4 port solution would have been similar. A secondary consideration for designing a 4-port Host solution right away was to jump-start the USB 3. Admittedly, the VL has taken longer than we would have liked, but in order for the standard to really take off, we need a large install base and a wide variety of compelling devices.
As host and device vendor, it behooves us to offer multi-port hosts and hubs so end-users have the freedom to choose how many and what types of USB 3. Pushing the speed limit always brings new challenges and USB 3.
As speeds increase, design tolerances and signal integrity margins become tighter and higher-order parasitic effects that were safely disregarded become very significant. One of the biggest challenges in USB 3. The physical layer comprises of the connectors, cables, and the actual technologies involved in sending and receiving raw data bits.
This part is so challenging that some companies actually outsource this part of the design. Hardware aside, the other large obstacle is the driver effort. Ironically, implementing USB 3.
Your current host controllers support the xHCI 0. Considering that all of the USB 3.
VIA VL / VL USB Controller Driver Driver - TechSpot
Notebooks, desktops, embedded systems etcxHCI 0. In terms of leadership, we have an unmatched track record. The point we wanted to drive by highlighting Intelligence is that from the ground up, our products are designed to offer a compelling value proposition. Besides the performance and reliability aspects that are expected of controller chips, we have spent a lot of effort in making our products easy to use while minimizing the overall BOM. So far the only USB-IF certified host controllers come from Renesas and Fresco Logic, despite yourselves and several of the other Taiwanese host controller manufacturers having had solutions ready for several months. We expect to be certified in earlywhich is VIA Labs VL800VL801 USB 3.0 Controller in step with our internal product road map. The USB-IF has done an excellent job in developing the testing methodology and they have been working very closely with us for a while now to get the VL host controller certified.
However, there are obvious limitations regarding how VIA Labs VL800VL801 USB 3.0 Controller time they can give us. What advantages does the VL series of host controllers offer over your competitors? From a manufacturing perspective, we have several distinct advantages such as excellent signal integrity and ease of implementation. Why did you decide to use a single PCI Express lane instead of say two or four? The most common usage of USB 3.
At this point in time, adding additional lanes to our host controller would increase die size and power consumption without bringing tangible benefits, so we felt that it was a good compromise. Was this a market you expected for the VL? Yes, the VL was designed from the ground up for a variety of applications and implementations including motherboards, docking products and peripheral devices such as keyboards, monitors, external storage etc. What advantages does the VL offer over competing solutions?
How does it compare to competing solutions and what sets it apart from the competition? Can you tell us about any design wins based on the VL? The VL VIA Labs VL800VL801 USB 3.0 Controller been sampling for a few months now. How does the VL compare to competing solutions and does it have any upper performance limit, or is it limited to how fast the NAND Flash memory is? The VIA Lab's VL (4 Ports) / VL (2 Ports) is a single chip USB Host controller, which enables a PCI Express equipped platform to interface with USB Super-Speed (5 Gbps), High-Speed ( Mbps), Full-Speed (12 Mbps), and Low-Speed ( Mbps) devices. In this driver package, it contains both the drivers for USB host controller and UASP storage device driver.
- Please update your VIA XHCI.