The first devices equipped with USB4 ports will be released to the market by the end of 2020


The first devices equipped with USB4 ports will be released to the market by the end of 2020

The first devices equipped with USB4 ports will be released to the market by the end of 2020

Last March, the USB standard development group announced that it is developing a new generation of this standard called USB4. During the Computex 2019 event, it was revealed that the development work of the new generation USB standard is underway, and some products based on USB4 are expected to be introduced and available to users by the end of 2020.

The new generation USB standard has a data transfer speed of 40 Gbps and supports Thunderbolt 3 technology. The USB standard development group has considered a separate logo and brand name for the new generation of the USB standard. At the same time, it should be noted that USB4 will also be compatible with USB Type-C port.

  • USB4 and all we know about it
  • Integration of Thunderbolt 3 and USB standards in next-generation USB4 ports

in the most optimistic scenario And according to the announcement of USB-IF, it is expected that the work of developing the USB4 standard will be completed by the end of summer this year, and next year we will see the introduction and release of devices based on the new generation of the USB standard. As mentioned, USB4 is compatible with the Thunderbolt 3 standard, so that we can see the maximum speed of 40 Gbps of this international technology, the same as the example made by Intel. We are based on USB-C and USB 3.2 standards. Current USB-C cables are Thunderbolt compatible, but cannot exceed 20 Gbps via USB 3.2 (which is also not yet widely commercialized), and generally transfer data at 10 or even 5 Gbps. . The USB standard development group had previously promised to introduce a new standard for multi-threaded data transfer with compatibility with Thunderbolt 3, USB 3.2 and USB 2.0.

Apple is expected to be among the companies that have devices Equip yourself, including Mac systems, with the new USB4 standard. Previously, Cupertinos were quick to equip their devices with Thunderbolt and USB-C ports. We should wait until the end of this summer for the official specification of USB4 ports to be introduced, and as it was said, by the end of 2020, devices based on this standard will be introduced and released to the market.

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