Apple exec to chair FireWire trade group

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A statement from the 1394 Trade Association indicates that Apple’s Eric Anderson has been re-elected chairman of the board. Other board members include representatives from Agere Systems, Oxford Semiconductor, Texas Instruments and others.

The 1394 Trade Association is dedicated to the advancement of the IEEE 1394 standard — also know by its Apple nomenclature, FireWire, and by its Sony demarcation, i.Link. The 1394 Trade Association seeks to see FireWire used in consumer electronics, computer, peripherals, automative, industrial and other markets.

The 1394 Trade Association’s Web site features links to products that support FireWire/i.Link and has information regarding compliance programs, news about other 1394-related developments, technical papers and more.

This story, "Apple exec to chair FireWire trade group" was originally published by PCWorld.

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