Intel showed the fastest USB flash drive in the world with Thunderbolt interface

Jun

8

2013

Intel showed the fastest USB flash drive in the world with Thunderbolt interface

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During the exhibition Computex 2013, Intel was not talking only about the Haswell processors , and the camera platform Merrifield Creative Senz3D. The processor giant also showed a prototype of the fastest flash drive in the world that uses a data interface Thunderbolt.

By the size of the novelty looks like an ordinary USB flash drive and do not require any additional cables. The volume of the flash drive is 128 GB. According to Oren Huber, an engineer at Intel Thunderbolt technology development in Israel, this prototype is one of the world’s first compact storage media that is used for data transfer technology Thunderbolt.

Recall that the speed of information transfer via Thunderbolt is 10 Gbit / s, which is two times faster than USB 3.0.

Recall that in early April at the NAB Show 2013 exhibition officially announced the next-generation Thunderbolt controllers, codenamed Falcon Ridge. Interfaces Thunderbolt new generation that will appear on the PC at the end of the year, will transfer data at an impressive speed of 20 Gbit / s, which is two times faster than the current version of the Thunderbolt.

Intel is also working to develop a low-power interface Thunderbolt, which is designed to transfer data from the mobile device to the peripheral.
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