Intel Light Peak to Land Early Next Year

Tagged: intel, USB 3.0, Computer Hardware
Source: Daily Tech - Read the full article
Posted: 3 years 43 weeks ago

"Intel has not offered support for the new USB 3.0 interface in its chipsets and the few machines on the market with USB 3.0 support are doing so using third-party chipsets. On-chip support for USB 3.0 from Intel is thought to be as far out as 2012. Intel is talking up its own much faster competing standard to USB 3.0 known as Light Peak. Light Peak first surfaced earlier this year and was thought to be coming in late 2010." | more

 

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Tiv
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We already have USB 3.. why not just call light peak USB 4?

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so usb2, 3 and light peek...thats gonna cluster future PCs..hard work for new MB and Chassis

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