MCCI offers a comprehensive line of USB class drivers for Windows (from Windows XP to Win8), Macintosh, and Linux based platforms. These drivers are normally licensed for distribution to accompany our customers' consumer-electronic products.
The MCCI Android Debug Bridge (ADB) Interface Driver provides debug and diagnostic capabilities for product developers as well as features for end users, easily outperforming the competition.
The MCCI USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Host Stack is a Windows WDK compatible kernel driver that operates with Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, and XP. It provides a complete USB host stack for use with USB 3.0 xHCI-compatible host controllers. It is compatible with all Microsoft class drivers and third-party drivers and protocols.
The MCCI ExpressDisk Drivers — MCCI ExpressDisk BOT and MCCI ExpressDisk UAS — for Windows XP and later versions maximize the performance of mass storage USB peripherals.
Mobile broadband technology, also called wireless wide area network (WWAN) technology, provides wireless high-speed Internet access for mobile devices, including mobile phones, mobile dongles, and data cards. With mobile broadband, end-users can connect to the Internet from any location where there is wireless broadband (WCDMA, EVDO, HSPA, LTE, WiMax) service.
MCCI driver solutions are available for multi-radio products. Using these drivers, your device can seamlessly “hand over” from the 2G network to the 3G network and back, as needed.
Mobile and fixed network operators increasingly require network-ready devices from OEMs. NCM delivers a standardized, efficient network driver interface that also supports the increasing data rates provided by the networks.
Total solution for manufacturers of GPRS, EDGE, CDMA-2000, and UMTS handsets that are compliant with the worldwide WMC 1.1 specification and also the CDC 1.1 specification. Includes multi-function support for concurrent data status while on-line, OBEX synchronization, mass storage and other functions as desired by the handset manufacturers. Integrates seamlessly with the MCCI USB DataPump® Firmware Solution for cell phone platforms. Dedicated versions are available for specific platform vendors including Ericsson Mobile Platforms, Infineon, STN Wireless, and Qualcomm.
The CDC EEM specification is an update to the CDC Ethernet specification. Unlike CDC Ethernet, EEM does not extend an interface across the USB bus but instead considers the USB bus to be a vehicle for moving Ethernet packets.
This family of products (for USB DOCSIS cable, DSL adapters, and other networking devices) allows you to integrate USB devices as networking devices.
Provide a simple way to write applications that can communicate directly with a device without writing any custom drivers.
This set of drivers lets you re-use your existing RS-232 and COM port aware applications with devices connected via USB, either with USB-to-serial adapters or with integrated USB support.
MCCI offers a complete suite of drivers and infrastructure for supporting MCPC GL-004/005 compatible (FOMA) handsets primarily for the Japanese handset market. In addition to a complete suite of drivers that are capable of supporting any compatible phone, MCCI offers manufacturing and operator specific functionality.
MCCI Selective Suspend is a user transparent feature that suspends the portion of the USB bus that is connected to the data card when it detects that the card is idle — it does so even while the system itself remains in a fully operational power state, thereby saving battery life.
The MCCI InstallRight Pro installation utility for Windows XP through Win8 simplifies the process of creating professional event-driven installations for USB devices.
Complementing the full line of Windows Host Drivers, MCCI also offers a comprehensive line of drivers for Windows CE and Windows Mobile platforms.
The MCCI Abstract Control Model (ACM) for Modems and Serial Port Emulation drivers is part of MCCI's CDC WMC family of products. These drivers allow OEMs to create a USB modem (or other product that uses Dial-Up Networking) quickly and cost-effectively.
Enhanced Composite Device Drivers
With increasing complexity and flexibility of USB devices, the Microsoft composite drivers frequently are not able to handle the full richness of your device. MCCI drivers comply with all USB standards and take advantage of all of the features available through the USB standard without abandoning compatibility with the Microsoft class drivers.