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Neuer Datentrasferstandard Light Peak Port von Apple

Light Peak oder Thunderbolt

Light Peak Port von Intel und Apple Quelle: skofgar.ch

Light Peak Port von Intel und Apple Quelle: skofgar.ch

Heute ist ein Ereignis reicher Tag für Apple Fans.

Wo soll ich nur beginnen. 9to5Mac hat bereits berichtet das Apple ein neuen Standard für Daten Transfer übernehmen könnte.

Dieser Standard ist wie USB, nur viel schneller! Heutzutage schicken wir Daten herum mit USB mit ungefähr 480Mbps. Firewire 800, ein Apple Produkt das nicht so populär ist, und deswegen sehr selten ist, läuft mit 800Mbps. USB 3,0 kann mit bis zu 5Gbps (5.000Mbps) Daten rumschicken. Das neueste von Intel (mit Apple Unterstützung) ist Light Peak. Apple wird es wahrscheinlich umbenennen zu Thunderbolt. Dieses Daten Protokoll fängt mit 10Gbps an und wird bis 100Gbps in der Zukunft können.

Light Peak kann Daten mit 10Gbps hin und her zur selben Zeit schicken. Apple wird wahrscheinlich neue MacBooks mit Light Peak rausbringen. Wir könnten solche MacBooks morgen sehen. Diese MacBooks werden auch die neuesten Intel Prozessoren haben.

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