Keyspan Ships OS X Drivers For USB Adapters

Keyspan is now shipping beta Mac OS X drivers for the family of USB serial adapters. The beta drivers are designed to allow the connection of USB serial devices, such as digital cameras and mobile phones, to a Mac. The adapters support Keyspanis line of USB Twin Serial and PDA adapters. According to Keyspan:

Keyspan, announced is now shipping Mac OS X drivers for its family of USB serial adapters. Keyspan is rated the #1 USB Connectivity vendor in the United States as ranked by PC Data for the year 2000 and again for the first six months of 2001.

Keyspan USB Serial adapters are widely used in the Macintosh community to connect USB-based Macs to serial devices such as digital cameras, Palm Pilots, GPS units, mobile phones, printers, graphics tablets, modems, handheld scanners, point of sale equipment, and various types of medical, scientific, and manufacturing instrumentation.

The drivers support Keyspanis family of Twin Serial Adapters, its PDA adapter and High-Speed USB adapter for 9-pin serial devices. Keyspan also announced that drivers for its SX Pro PCI serial card and its Digital Media Remote would be available before the end of 4Q.

You can find more information about the OS X drivers at the Keyspan Web site. The Mac OS X serial drivers are beta versions and available free.