Tag Archive: USB-IF

Jun 22 2011

Is Thunderbolt A New Threat to USB 3.0?


  Thunderbolt, formerly called ‘Lightpeak’, is Intel’s new high-speed I/O technology through a single port that is first available on new Apple MacBook Pro notebooks lately. Fast data transfers are Intel’s main claim, such as 10 gigabits per second transfers and dual-protocol support. The dual-channel design allows for two channels on the same connector at …

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Apr 14 2011

Top Leading Industry Standards (1): Windows, USB and Wi-Fi


Along with the fast-growing technology, technology standardization is not only promoting technology development but also providing a clear purchase direction to consumers. According to today’s market, Allion Test Labs has collected six top industry standards and specifications here below, which includes Microsoft Windows, USB, Wi-Fi, HDMI, DisplayPort and SATA. In the first article, we will …

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Apr 09 2010

SuperSpeed USB Continues Growth at Devcon

Seventy-five devices have passed SuperSpeed USB certification, the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) announced at the SuperSpeed USB Developers Conference (Devcon) April 1-2 in Taipei, Taiwan. The conference highlighted the growing variety of SuperSpeed USB certified devices, with emerging device classes such as monitors and printers incorporating SuperSpeed USB hubs. The SuperSpeed USB Devcon featured keynotes …

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