In the news, Intel has given their specification for its high-speed Thunderbolt technology to the USB-IF implementers forum. This is the group which creates and manages USB technology.
The USB4 specification will follow the current USB 3.2 specification, yet an exact date of release has not been defined.
USB4 will double the bandwidth of USB 3.2 and provide transfer rates at a theoretical maximum of 40Gb/s.
USB4 will also enable the use of multiple data and display protocols simultaneously. This implies you will be able to transfer data, run your monitor and power your devices through a single connection.Continue Reading