Jungo Releases USB Slave Stack for Embedded Devices

8/29/2002 - Jungo Software Technologies announced the addition of USB Slave Stack to its Embedded Software Components product line. Jungo's USB Slave Stack provides the USB driver layer and API to enable device manufacturers to easily incorporate standard USB connectivity in their peripheral devices under embedded operating systems that lack such support.

Jungo's USB Slave Stack is a modular USB Device Controller (UDC) driver that includes the USB logic and provides an Application Programming Interface (API) for the physical driver and an API for the device class driver. In addition, Jungo provides physical drivers for IDT Banyan (RP355/RP351), Kinpo-Conexant 82110 and Samsung 8947 boards, further reducing integration time and development efforts.

The stack features full and low speed support as well as support for control, bulk and interrupt data transfer. Jungo's USB Slave Stack is compliant with the USB 1.1 specification and Jungo is committed to constantly maintaining compliance and up-to-date features the stack.

About Jungo (www.jungo.com/)
Jungo Software Technologies Inc. is a privately held company with offices in San Jose, California, Taipei, Taiwan and Israel. Jungo's driver development product line, featuring WinDriver, enables developers to quickly create device drivers that can run on a multitude of operating systems. Jungo also develops the OpenRG residential gateway software platform that enables Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to bring broadband customer premises equipment (CPE) such as residential gateways, SOHO gateways and IADs to market quickly. Jungo's investors include Telesoft Partners (San Mateo), Infineon Ventures and Intel Communications Fund.

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