About MCCI

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MCCI develops and licenses USB system software that is embedded into our customers' consumer-electronics products.

  • Our USB host stack is the only independent host stack that has been through the stringent SuperSpeed USB certification process.
  • Our USB class drivers work with any host stack to help connect products to other intelligent systems: PCs, tablets, car electronics, and so forth.
  • Our USB device stack provides a portable, extensible framework for implementing advanced multi-function USB devices.
  • Our USB protocol implementations work with our device stack to provide off-the-shelf implementations of a variety of USB functions: networking, storage, audio, video, and so on.

Because of our long experience supporting modem and smartphone applications, our frameworks are especially useful for integrating LTE modems with other intelligent systems for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

We also provide testing services (USB and Microsoft WHQL), and manufacture specialized test equipment for developing and testing products that use USB and MIPI technology.

Total System Knowledge

MCCI engineers and architects are renowned as system engineering specialists. We led the development of a number of important USB specifications for cell phones, cable modems, and LTE modems, and pioneered the first deployments of these specifications. Our engineers have been helping customers with connectivity technology for twenty years, and have unrivalled know-how and practical insight.

High Volume Quality

Since our establishment in 1995, nearly a billion products have been shipped using MCCI technology. The world's largest consumer electronics and semiconductor manufacturers depend on us to deliver software that is fast, elegant, portable, and scalable. Our software is deployed in smart phones, LTE data cards, PCs, WiGig WSE docks, set-top boxes, car navi systems, satellite systems, digital image transfer, and test equipment.

World-Wide Support Team

Local application engineering and support is available in Korea, Japan, and India, in addition to the United States.