Peak Light Technology, USB 3.0 Port Router

Intel saw its new device called the Peak Light technology, which is used to connect many devices to remedy optic cable. This technology has the potential to be a substitute according to Intel’s USB 3.0, which means it will eliminate the need for regular use of the port is in a lot of gadgets nowadays. Peak Light Technology Intel has been published since last year, and according to a senior Intel, Kevin Kahn in the IDF in Beijing, Intel will manufacture this technology in late 2010 and expect a lot of partners that can help sales.

However, this trend trend optic cables are without electricity this can provide benefits that separate optic cable is also support for various protocols, such as for USB and Serial ATA, said Justin Rattner, head of Intel Labs. Peak Light can run multiple protocols at the same time and more than one line, so all the data for separate cables can be run on a single cable Peak Light. Intel explains, there is no conflict between the two technologies, namely Light Peak and USB. Intel saw the Light Peak is a complement of USB 3.0, because the Light Peak make USB and other protocols can run together in one long cable and high speed in the future, Kahn added.

According to Kahn, Light Peak can transfer data with 10Gbps speed or fast enough to send the Blu-ray movie in half a minute. Peak Light can be plugged in the laptop via a USB 3.0 port with an additional component to receive optical signals. According to Kahn, the USB 3.0 into a place fit for Light because it does not need anymore Peak Light Peak ports, especially for use in portable computers. While USB 3.0, a new version of USB is still slower than the rate of Peak Light 5Gbps signals, but faster than previous USB versions. (Heni Pratiwi


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