Intel announced the next generation of Thunderbolt.

Intel has unveiled the Thunderbolt 5 Connectivity Standard, which aims to significantly improve connectivity speeds for computer users.

The new generation of Thunderbolt provides 80 Gbps bi-directional bandwidth. This can be further enhanced with the Bandwidth Boost feature, which takes the speed up to 120 Gbps.

As Comparison In previous versions, Thunderbolt 5 has double the total bandwidth, which means it can handle more data in both directions, and it offers a Bandwidth Boost feature that reaches speeds of up to 120 Can speed up related tasks up to three times. Gbps

PCI Express data throughput is doubled, making storage and external graphics operations faster. Thunderbolt 5 is built on industry standards such as USB4 V2, DisplayPort 2.1, and PCI Express Gen 4. It is fully compatible with previous Thunderbolt versions.

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Thunderbolt networking bandwidth has also been doubled, enabling faster connections between PCs. It uses a new signaling technology called PAM-3 to improve performance, and it works well with existing printed circuit boards, connectors, and passive cables up to 1 meter.

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