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Old 14th April 2010, 23:47   #1
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Default Light Peak to Replace USB – Intel

It will take some time before the SuperSpeed USB interconnection will actually become a de-facto standard and rather surprisingly Intel Corp. has already demonstrated what is likely to succeed USB 3.0, the Light Peak optical technology. Moreover, according to Intel, the Light Peak will be the last cable interconnection.

“We view [Light Peak] as a logical future successor to USB 3.0. In some sense we would like to build the last cable you will ever need,” said Kevin Kahn, an Intel senior fellow and director of communications technology lab, during his speech at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF), reports IDG News Service.

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