Electronics companies Intel, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, NEC, NXP Semiconductors and Texas Instruments have banded together to form the USB 3.0 Promoter Group, focused on promoting the new high-speed technology. "With the proliferation of Hi-Speed USB in a wide number of market segments, including personal computing, consumer electronics, and mobility, we anticipate that USB 3.0 will rapidly become the de facto standard as the replacement of USB 2.0 ports in applications where higher bandwidth is valued," Texas Instruments Vice President Greg Hantak said.

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