“USB4" has been released as the next-generation standard for USB, which is installed in a wide range of devices such as notebook PCs, smartphones, and game consoles.
It looks the same as the conventional USB Type-C (our DX07 series connector), but here's what's changed and how it's improved.
|Company Name||Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Limited|
|Establishment of Business||August 20, 1953|
|President (Representative Director)||Tsutomu Onohara|
|Head Office||21-1, Dogenzaka 1-chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0043, Japan|