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FTDI, Future Technology Devices International Ltd

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Recent PTMs

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Solutions to Support IoT
To provide a definition of IoT and the solutions they provide that support smart technologies. A short description of Multi Purpose Synchronous Serial Engine (MPSSE) mode.
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SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Solutions
Introduction to SuperSpeed USB 3.0 solutions.
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Android Interface Solutions
A look at three options from FTDI for interfacing with the Android platform via USB as well as factors that effect which option you should select.
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USB Introduction
Introduction to USB standards, enumerations, and electrical parameters in addition to a overview of USB products offered by FTDI.
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About Future Technology Devices International, Ltd.

FTDI Chip develops innovative silicon solutions that enhance interaction with today’s technology. Through application of its “Design Made Easy” ethos, the company is able to support engineers with highly sophisticated, feature-rich, robust and simple-to-use product platforms.

FTDI Chip’s long-established, continuously expanding Universal Serial Bus (USB) product line boasts universally recognized products. The company’s Embedded Video Engine (EVE) graphic controllers each pack display, audio and touch functionality onto a single chip allowing dramatic reductions in the development time and bill-of-materials costs involved in Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs) implementation. FTDI Chip also provides families of highly differentiated, speed-optimised microcontrollers with augmented connectivity.

FTDI Chip is a fab-less semiconductor company headquartered in Glasgow, UK, with research and development facilities located in Glasgow, Singapore and Taipei (Taiwan), plus regional sales and technical support sites in Glasgow, Taipei, Portland (Oregon, USA) and Shanghai (China).