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Intel’s ‘Light Peak’ Next Year, Will Have No Problem With USB 3.0

Will Light Peak, a high-speed optical interconnect for mobile devices being developed by Intel, that can run as fast as 10Gbps and can do everything from storage to displays to networking at that speed over 100-meter runs, replace USB 3.0?

“PC World reports that while Intel is still dragging its feet regarding USB 3.0, it’s planning to have Light Peak fiber optic devices in the market next year.

Intel insists Light Peak isn’t meant to replace USB, in so much as it can use the same ports and protocols (photographic evidence above), but at the same time it’s not shying away from the possibility of obliterating its copper competition with beams of light.”

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