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THine has developed its 16Gbps ultra-high-speed interface technology

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2016/01/26

TOKYO (January 26, 2016) – THine Electronics, Inc. (JASDAQ: 6769), the global leader in high-speed serial interface and provider of mixed-signal LSI today announced its development of 16Gbps ultra-high-speed interface technology. This 16Gbps technology is the world-first* high-speed solution if used for internal-interface of 8K TVs and other high-resolution applications. This brand-new 16Gbps technology is applicable to multi-standard interface markets, not only THine’s advanced ultra-high-speed V-by-One® technology, but also Fibre Channel 16GFC, PCI Express 4.0 (Gen4), and USB3.1.
 
This ultra-high-speed technology allows THine to offer its innovative solutions for various applications such as 8K TVs and other high-resolution applications, high-speed communication among data centers, data communications between internet cloud servers, and advanced PC interfaces, including optical communication markets.
In addition, THine’s new 16Gbps technology can be applied to automotive infotainment applications, supporting temperature conditions required for automotive quality. THine plans to offer its valuable solution for advanced usages in consumer electronics, industrial equipments, and automotive applications. In addition, THine starts developing its advanced ultra-high-speed interface technology of 32Gbps or faster.
 
“THine’s newly developed 16Gbps ultra-high-speed technology will bring our valuable customers significantly innovative values for their internal interface solution, achieving outstanding cost-performance, lower power consumption, higher port density, fewer cables, and lighter weights,” commented Kazutaka Nogami, CEO of THine Electronics, “THine plans to deliver the new working samples of the first 16Gbps product in the first half of 2017.”
 
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