Speeding up USB 3.0 with new hardware

Subject: Graphics Cards | January 7, 2013 - 12:59 PM |
Tagged: usb 3.0, superspeed usb, 10 Gbps

USB 3.0 will be getting a speed boost in the near future, with theoretical speeds of up to 10Gbps which makes it a decent competitor against Thunderbolt.  We won't see this new speed on existing devices though as this is a change to the hardware on both the connector and the cable, as opposed to a software upgrade.  They will retain their backwards compatibility for those who are still stuck on USB 2.0, but with transfer speeds this quick it makes a very compelling argument for finally upgrading to a system with USB 3.0 ... just wait until the new devices arrive.  More at Slashdot.

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"The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has used CES 2013 to announce an enhancement to the USB 3.0 (aka SuperSpeed USB) standard that will see the throughput performance of USB 3.0 double from 5 Gbps to 10 Gbps. The speed boost will come courtesy of enhanced USB connectors and cables that are fully backward compatible with existing USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 devices. The 10 Gbps SuperSpeed USB update (pdf) is up for industry review during the first quarter of 2013, with completion of the standard expected by the middle of the year."

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Source: Slashdot
October 19, 2013 | 04:28 AM - Posted by Micheal Shaun (not verified)

Technologies are increasing at a rapid rate and day by day people are demanding different newer version to carry out the works. The latest demand has been seen in case of USB drives. As we all know that USB drives are most useful technical devices as we can carry out many information from one place to other. The latest version is USB 3.0.
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