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+ - Intel announces next-gen Thunderbolt with 20 Gbps throughput, 4K support ->

Submitted by hooligun
hooligun (655841) writes "The next-gen Thunderbolt tech (code-named Falcon Ridge) enables 4K video file transfer and display simultaneously in addition to running at 20 Gbps. It will be backward-compatible with previous-gen Thunderbolt cables and connectors, and production is set to ramp up in 2014. An on-stage demo with fresh-off-the-press silicon showed the new Thunderbolt running 1,200 Mbps, which is certainly a step up from what's currently on the market."
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Intel announces next-gen Thunderbolt with 20 Gbps throughput, 4K support

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