Mini USB Becomes Standard

The OMTP today announced that following industry consultation a recommendation paper has been agreed to help pave the way for a single, universal cross manufacturer mini-USB (Universal Serial Bus) cable connector that enables mobile consumers to connect and charge their mobile devices.

The OMTP’s paper recommends that the micro USB (Universal Serial Bus) standard is used across mobile devices. USB is the de facto standard for the PC industry and it is a technology understood by consumers. Reaching mobile industry agreement on USB will help streamline the whole value chain and provide end users with a larger choice of the most popular peripherals. The customer will also be able to use their legacy home entertainment and PC equipment, as well as creating a new market opportunity for peripheral vendors.

Read the full story at Esato.


4 thoughts on “Mini USB Becomes Standard

  1. No, I remember the simpsonised Furies very well. So I was definitely visiting your blog about this time. :left:.It must have fallen victim to the 'mark all as read' button. :awww:.

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