6/11/2002 - Computer Access Technology Corp. (Nasdaq: CATZ), a leading provider of advanced verification systems and connectivity products for communications protocols, today reported that its USB Tracer/Trainer(TM) System has enabled leading USB integrators to verify compliance with the new On-the-Go (OTG) USB specification. The testing was conducted under the auspices of the USB OTG Working Group at the official USB-IF Compliance Workshop May 13-16, 2002. The products tested and the CATC USB Tracer/Trainer will be on display at the USB 2.0 Developers' Conference beginning today in San Jose, CA. CATC's USB Tracer/Trainer is the first protocol analyzer and traffic generator to support the new OTG specification under USB 2.0. The specification was developed to support increasingly popular peer-to-peer device connections, such as camera to printer, eliminating the need of a dedicated host computer in these applications to act as an interface between these devices. The Tracer/Trainer system captures, processes and records OTG traffic between devices, allowing developers to precisely monitor the performance of their prototypes as they interoperate with other products under realistic conditions.
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