Sony replacing handset wiring with a single copper cable

Sure, it’s just boring ol’ component news but you can guarantee that this advance will affect the appearance of Sony (and Sony Ericsson) products some time soon. Sony just announced the development of a “single wire interface technology” that replaces the 22 or so cables (used for power, control signals, audio, video, etc) typically found inside mobile devices (tucked away in the hinge or rotating parts) with a single copper wire cable capable of transmitting data at 940Mbps. That should translate into greater reliability while giving Sony’s product teams more flexibility with their designs. Sony plans to “swiftly” implement the technology by licensing the IP to ROHM to help jointly develop the required silicon. More with less, as they say.

Sony replacing handset wiring with a single copper cable originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 20 Aug 2010 02:52:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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