SEMINAR ON FIREWIRE : FireWire was originally developed by Apple Computer, Inc is a platform implementation of the high-speed serial bus data defined by the IEEE 1394-1995 [FireWire 400], IEEE 1394a-2000 [FireWire 800] and the IEEE-1394b to move large amounts of data between computers and peripherals. Features simplified cabling, hot swapping and transfer speeds up to 800 megabits per second. FireWire is a serial interface high-speed input / output (I / S) technology for connecting peripherals to a computer or another. It is one of the fastest peripheral standards ever developed and now to 800 megabits per second (Mbps) is even faster.
Based on Apple-developed technology, FireWire was adopted in 1995 as an official industry standard (IEEE 1394) connectivity, cross-platform device. By providing high bandwidth, easy to use I / O technology, FireWire inspired a new generation of consumer electronics for many companies, including Canon, Epson, HP, Iomega, JVC, LaCie, Maxtor, Mitsubishi, Matsushita ( Panasonic), Pioneer, Samsung, Sony and FireWire also been a boon to business users because of the high-speed connection, he made the video and audio production.
In 2001, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences presented Apple with an Emmy Award in recognition of the contribution to the television industry FireWire. Now, FireWire 800, FireWire technology, the new generation of promising to encourage the development of the most innovative, high-performance devices and applications. This technique is a brief description of the advantages of FireWire 800 and some applications for which is ideal.

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