Ellisys, a company that deals in protocol test and analysis solutions, recently announced that it will showcase its USB Explorer 350 Protocol Analyzer / Generator system at the Intel (News - Alert) Developer Forum (IDF), to be held at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, September 10-12.
The Ellisys USB Explorer 350 is a protocol test and analysis system for USB 3.1 supporting all speed, including the latest groundbreaking enhanced SuperSpeed at 10 Gbps. With many innovative features, it will be the perfect tool for adopters of the new USB 3.1 specification. The Ellisys software can be configured in various modes for different tasks.
"Ellisys has long been a leader and an innovator in the USB developer ecosystem, having introduced many unique and powerful features across the full spectrum of our USB compliance, test, and analysis tools, keeping pace with evolutionary specifications and in some cases, even leading the release of specifications," stated Mario Pasquali, Ellisys president and CEO. "With USB 3.1, we continue this leading-edge approach by being the first to introduce protocol analysis and traffic-generation support, enabling early adopter developers, and on a new platform that will raise some eyebrows in the industry."
"DisplayLink introduced one of the first complex USB3 composite devices to the market, integrating graphics, audio and gigabit Ethernet in a single device, and having the right tools for analysis and compliance was key to hit our time-to-market goals," said Jonathan Jeacocke, VP of engineering at DisplayLink. "Ellisys' introduction of the new USB Explorer 350 protocol analyzer / generator for the next generation of USB 3.1 has come at an ideal time, and will enable our engineering development teams, along with others from across the industry to confidently work on new products that can take full advantage of the new performance."
In related news, Ellisys recently announced a major update to its all-in-one Bluetooth protocol analyzer system, the Bluetooth Explorer 400 (BEX400). Packed with a myriad of new features, the Ellisys sniffer is the Swiss-Army knife for any engineer involved with Bluetooth technology, the company noted in a release.