March 4, 2019, the USB Promoter Group announced the next generation USB 4 architecture. Further saying, they are working on its commercial roll out.
While some parts of the world are still graveling with USB 2.0 and perhaps few USB 3.0. It is fair to say not that many people across the world have enjoyed the speed and convenience that comes with the currently available cutting-edge USB standards; the USB Type C.
One that gives you both data and power transmission. Thereby enabling the user to use the same USB C port to charge their device as well as transfer data. Though in some devices, the USB C port only does data transfers, and in just special devices does it handle both.
The new USB 4
If you thought data transfers with USB C is fast, well things are about to get a whole lot faster with USB 4. Its architecture will increase data transfer speeds by tenfolds and will also include Thunderbolt 3 and work with various currently available standards.
The currently popular USB 3.0 top out at 5GBps, but the new USB 4 is said will max out …read more