Lightpeak by Intel, l’anti USB 3.0
Light Peak can be at least twice as fast as USB 3.0, also known as Super-speed USB, and can deliver bandwidth starting at 10 Gigabits per second, with the potential to extend to 100 Gb/s. At its lowest speed, it means you could transfer a full-length Blu-Ray movie in less than 30 seconds.
The technology which could start shipping in devices next year could succeed USB 3.0, Kevin Kahn, an Intel senior fellow said reportedly at the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing.
Tutto molto bello, ma il resto dell’HW (dischi etc) ce la fa a stare dietro ad un throughput del genere?
E poi la fibra è molto delicata per essere usata nei gadget… soffre le curve strette…