The 1394 digital link standard was conceived in 1986 by technologists at Apple Computer, who chose the trademark ‘FireWire’, in reference to its speed of operation. The first specification for this link was completed in 1987. It was adopted in 1995 as the IEEE 1394 standard. IEEE-1394-2008 is the most current version of the standard, which supports asynchronous and isochronous data transmission with data rates ranging from /s (s100) to /s (s3200). A final version IEEE 1394, is expected to be released in 2016.
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