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On-the-Go USB 2.0 detailed

The Universal Serial Bus (USB) Implementers Forum on Wednesday released for public comment the proposed On-the-Go supplement to the USB 2.0 specification. The supplement defines a method for portable devices, such as digital cameras, MP3 players, handheld computers and cell phones, to communicate directly with one another--instead of requiring a PC as a go-between. The 0.9 revision of the supplement is available at the USB Web site. Ratification of the 1.0 revision is expected by the end of this year after a public review period, according to the forum. The first product shipments based on the specification are anticipated in 2002.

The Universal Serial Bus (USB) Implementers Forum on Wednesday released for public comment the proposed On-the-Go supplement to the USB 2.0 specification. The supplement defines a method for portable devices, such as digital cameras, MP3 players, handheld computers and cell phones, to communicate directly with one another--instead of requiring a PC as a go-between.

The 0.9 revision of the supplement is available at the USB Web site. Ratification of the 1.0 revision is expected by the end of this year after a public review period, according to the forum. The first product shipments based on the specification are anticipated in 2002.