Cardbus


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Cardbus

(hardware)
The 32-bit version of the PCMCIA (PC Card) bus.

CardBus

The second generation of the PC Card, which increased channel width from 16 to 32 bits. See PC Card.
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AVerMedia Technologies Inc, a provider of digital multimedia and presentation technology, announced on Monday (5 September) the release of the AVerTV Cardbus MCE, a Windows Media Center Edition 2005 certified PCMCIA TV tuner.
the leading provider of digital multimedia and presentation technology announced today the release of the AVerTV Cardbus MCE, a Windows Media Center Edition 2005 certified PCMCIA TV tuner.
Although CardBus PC Cards and ExpressCard modules are not designed to function in the same slot, inserting a CardBus card into an ExpressCard slot or vice versa will not cause any damage to either part.
32-bit CardBus cards take advantage of internal bus speeds, so can be four to six times faster than 16-bit PC Cards.
Like the Micron XKE, the PC 9800 T includes both a USB port and CardBus support.
The Addonics ExpressCard to CardBus adapter is a cost effective solution to retain the CardBus slot in notebook systems.
The Hybrid CardBus ensures that users can take advantage of the current TV standard as well as being future-proofed for the next, says AVerMedia.
System requirements include a Type II CardBus slot and a 300MHz or faster processor.
The AMB8100 is a 32-bit Plug-and-Play, 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet card, which is compatible with all CardBus-equipped notebook computers and desktop CardBus bridges.
Other host adapter solutions using Alereon's PHY chipset, including SDIO, ExpressCard, USB and Cardbus, are available from a number of suppliers, including the AL4502 Cardbus Wireless USB based on the NEC Electronics uPD720170 Wireless USB host controller.
a leading marketer and manufacturer of high-performance digital media and accessories, today introduced a 32-bit CompactFlash(TM) (CF) CardBus reader, designed to enable the quick and convenient transfer of digital images to notebook computers.
Provides smaller and more lightweight form factor than standard CardBus cards