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    By Vangie Beal :  May 13, 2002

    (Press Release) Silicom Ltd. and Kawasaki LSI USA Inc. have announced the launch of the industry's first Self-Install enabled USB chips. The Iplug-USB enabled chips will be marketed to PC networking and other peripheral manufacturers, who will integrate them into their products, thereby automating the installation process. Iplug is a pioneering technology that eliminates the user's involvement in the installation of PC peripherals. With an Iplug-USB enabled chip design, broadband modems, printers, digital cameras, and other PC devices will become foolproof to install. After an Iplug-enabled device is plugged into the PC's external USB port, it will automatically initiate and complete all installation and configuration steps, guaranteeing an automatic, error-free installation process.


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