Intel bumps up Thunderbolt interconnect's speed to 20Gbps

04/9/2013 | Computerworld · Register (U.K.), The

Intel's Thunderbolt interconnect, used in Macintosh computers, will now be able to transfer data at 20 gigabits per second, double its previous rate of 10 Gbps. The speed boost comes from Intel's new "Falcon Ridge" controller IC for Thunderbolt. That chip will go into production by the end of this year, according to Intel.

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