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Usb3 speed : USB 3.1 promises a 10 Gbit / s

The USB 3.1 specification is finalized and promises speeds of up to 10 Gbit / s. Also known as SuperSpeed ​​USB, this Usb3 speed connectivity should be integrated into computers and devices in 2015.

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In five years, the SuperSpeed ​​USB (Universal Serial Bus) protocol has enjoyed a huge development. The latest was announced this week with a transfer speed multiplied by 2.

This version 3.1 of the specification is already available to developers on the site of the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF). On paper, the USB 3.1 SuperSpeed ​​sees his speed input / output from 4.8 Gbt / s (USB 3.0) 10 Gbt / s, which puts it on par with the Thunderbolt specification developed by Intel. SuperSpeed ​​USB is fully backwards compatible with USB 3.0 connectors and cables, software stacks and protocols, devices, as well as five hubs Gbt / s and USB 2.0 products and existing devices.


USB 3.1 promises a 10 Gbit / sEarlier this year, Intel announced that its Usb3 speed and Thunderbolt standard would double their transfer speeds, thus increasing speeds between devices. In addition, the first specification USB power - which would go from 10 watts to 100 watts of electrical power supplied by Usb3 speed power cables certified - is also tested by hardware developers. "We want the benefits of Usb3 speed charging almost universal for mobile can benefit laptops and devices requiring more power," said a spokesman for Intel by email to our colleagues at Computerworld.

Available soon "2015"

The SuperSpeed ​​USB 3.1 as well as initiatives Usb3 speed feedstock are in their implementation phase. "This means that the components for each protocol are being developed and OEMs working with manufacturers platform and devices," added the spokesman. "Some products incorporating these technologies could potentially be on the market next year, but especially in 2015, their impact may be more visible,"

Intel did not disclose the names of the suppliers of devices that currently developed products using the USB 3.1 specification. The spokesman depth simply spoke of "great interest", adding that more than one hundred companies were involved in the development of the specification and they were watching closely. "We want to ensure that the certification process is complete enough to allow the placing on the market of Usb3 speed (USB 3.1) products at the end of 2014,"

Three conferences are planned to familiarize developers with the latest technology: USB 3.1 Developers Day U.S. (21 August 21, 2013 in Hillsboro, Oregon), the USB 3.1 Developers Days Europe (1-2 October 2013, in Dublin, Ireland) and the USB 3.1 Developers days Asia (two-day conference in early December at a date to be determined). "We believe this advanced USB technology is important to our customers," said Tom Bonola CTO PC Business Solutions Group, Hewlett-Packard. "The USB 3.1 specification will allow us to meet the growing needs of our customers who want to transfer their data faster, while maintaining compatibility with existing devices".      
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