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Intel Thunderbolt may go 20Gbps in late 2013

Posted on Tuesday, August 28 2012 @ 20:41:17 CEST by

A leaked roadmap reveals Intel's Thunderbolt plans for the next two years. Sometime in Q1 2013 the chip giant will introduce the dual-channel Redwood Ridge 2C and the quad-channel Redwood Ridge 4C. Power consumption will be reduced as well as size, enabling Redwood Ridge to be used on more mobile devices.

The Falcon Ridge 2C/4C chips are expected to follow in late 2013, doubling the bandwidth to 20Gbps and delivering DisplayPort 1.2 support.


Source: ComputerBase



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