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Intel's Light Peak panned by OEM?
Intel's first implementation of Light Peak will not be broadly adopted by PC makers, but it opens a door to future optical interconnects. That's the view of an engineer in one top-tier PC company and an analyst report published separately today.
PC makers are ramping up for a significant transition to the copper-based USB 3.0 that can deliver data at more than 3 Gbits/second. Most have no plans to use the 10 Gbits/second Light Peak, said a senior engineer at one top-tier PC maker who asked not to be named.
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