Thursday, 3 September 2015

Bringing Gbit/s Ethernet into the USB 3.0 Fold

When the USB Implementers Forum came out a year or so ago with the specifications for its 2.4-mm-high connector plug USB 3.0 Type C connector, the organization’s intent was twofold. The first was to provide a much smaller alternative to its present 4.5-mm USB 3.0 Type-A standard connector on mobile phones and most consumer devices. The second was to provide manufacturers of PCs and tablets a way to move to a next generation of super thin systems by eliminating the need for the traditional, much larger, legacy connectors to external displays, hard drives, or other peripherals.

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