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  • For Rapid Wireless Data Exchange: Toshiba Starts Shipping TransferJet LSI

    For Rapid Wireless Data Exchange: Toshiba Starts Shipping TransferJet LSI

    TransferJet is having a hard time going mainstream, but Toshiba hasn’t given up on the close proximity wireless transfer technology yet: after taking the wraps off a small TransferJet LSI back in September last year, the company now announced it’s ready to begin shipping the first samples to electronics manufacturers. Visitors of the CES 2012 (which kicks off on January 10 in… Read More

  • Toshiba Shows TransferJet-Compatible LSI For Stable Wireless Data Exchange

    Toshiba Shows TransferJet-Compatible LSI For Stable Wireless Data Exchange

    Close proximity technology TransferJet is evolving. Toshiba has developed an LSI (pictured) that supports TransferJet and is designed specifically for mobile devices. The LSI is sized at just 4.0×4.0× 0.5mm and the smallest of its kind, according to Toshiba. The company says the LSI achieves a receiving sensitivity of -78dBm, outperforming the value of the TransferJet standard itself… Read More

  • Toshiba To Outsource LSI Chip Production To Samsung

    Toshiba seems to be determined to completely overhaul its semiconductor segment. Yesterday, it was reported that Sony will buy back a semiconductor plant it sold to Toshiba two years ago for $600 million. And today, Toshiba itself said it is ready for a second step: the company is in talks with Samsung to farm out the production of LSI chips to its Korean rival. Read More

  • Sony: World's first TransferJet-compatible LSI for fast data exchange are ready

    TransferJet is a close-proximity wireless transfer technology that was introduced by Sony in 2008. Toshiba announced during IFA in Berlin this year they are planning to use the technology in their products soon. The idea is to let two electronic devices quickly exchange data, theoretically at up to 560 Mbps, just by bringing them close together (touch is possible, too). And today, Sony… Read More