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Intel fanboys are going crazy.
Or anybody that enjoys the technology created by others to use for our own personal enjoyment
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if they are smart they won't try to make a killing licensing the tech, they will just let companies use it, free of charge. It's an evolutionary step forward, and a good one at that. Let's not mess it up by pulling a sony here.
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if they are smart they won't try to make a killing licensing the tech, they will just let companies use it, free of charge. It's an evolutionary step forward, and a good one at that. Let's not mess it up by pulling a sony here.
Yeah, because that's a wise business decision. Spend millions of dollars and then give the result away. I'm sure the shareholders would be thrilled.
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Intel fanboys are going crazy.
**Intel Fan Here**
**I Want I Want!**
**100 Gb/s YAY!**

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During the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in Beijin, Kevin Kahn, an Intel senior fellow, said Intel's goal is to "build the last cable you'll ever need." That comes off as a curious statement when you consider that Light Speed would add yet another cable to an already cluttered fray, but Light Peak is being designed run multiple protocols simultaneously.
Sign me up for the AMD Fan list too, I'm dying to see what Zambezi does..

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Say how fast is 10 Gb/s (In MB)???
Edited by _GTech - 2/23/11 at 7:00pm
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This sounds like Firewire all over again...
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Say how fast is 10 Gb/s (In MB)???
1Gb is about 128 MB. So 1280 MB/s (compared to USB 3, which is about 600 MB/s max).
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In an article on BBC I found this..

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The system also promises to reduce the number of cables a user has connecting their computer setup.

It is able to carry multiple signal types at the same time, enabling power, display and peripherals to use a single cable.
This made me go:

So we are talking about a device that can Charge a Phone / Feed it Data In Fast Streaming (10 Gb/s), and even Feed it display through the same port, all from ONE CABLE!

I think I like the looks of this tech!

We are talking about an ALL IN ONE LINE FOR ALL!

Connect multiple computers together to share Printer, Data Center (Files on Server), Internet, Applications, and much more, server /client just got a whole lot cooler! OMG!

All through one line has me excited!

My word this could be huge!

I SMELL AN INTEL MONOPOLY!!!

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1Gb is about 128 MB. So 1280 MB/s (compared to USB 3, which is about 600 MB/s max).
1.25 GB/ Second essentially, that's pretty fast mate!

Imagine if the internet was that fast, omg..

I see Intel making this the standard, with ease!

Of course they will sell this technology to all the manufacturers of hardware, and they will have to convert or get left out in the cold!

Light Peak / Thunderbolt: Monitors / Video Cards / Routers / Flash Drives / External HDD / Printers / etc.

I can visualize the topology of a server using this stuff, even a home network, freaking awesome!
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Intel scrapped the name Light Peak, called Thunderbolt now.
>dat smooth feel
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Intel scrapped the name Light Peak, called Thunderbolt now.
Yes, I read that on BBC as well..

Name isn't important, what it does however is..!
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