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Get Ready for USB 3.0

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As long as storage is important,storage is the next most important thing.Get it this way,you have a data you want storage,you want some storage,you want some really fast data transfer.And for that those like me who like USB transfers its now fast.Did I just say more fast?
Yes USB 3.0 is on its way to blaze the data transfer methods as fast and convenient as possible.Now as technology and researches are leading us to the big world of Tera bytes why should the small jack remain behind?I still remember transferring my really "useful" data to USB storage device,the data transfer speed was 480 megabytes per second(480 MB/sec).But now after the launch of USB 3.0 the speed will boost to 4.8 gigabytes per second(4.8 GB/sec).No no don't stand on your seats.First come down and wait for it.Its got to come out in later quarter of 2008.

Uff..will have to wait and watch my USB transfer at 480MB/sec and hope the USB 3.0 might cope and prove great for the new data transferring and managing system.

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posted by >> @ 9/19/2007 08:30:00 PM,

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At Sun Sep 23, 08:08:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Tony said...

Seems kind of pointless. Lets say you do 1 second of data transfer, that's 4.8 GB of data. It's unlikely that you will fit all of that into your RAM, so you'd have to write to a hard drive instead. And hard drives write _slow_.

There's no way you can sustain this transfer speed unless you have two mediums that can read and write just as fast on both ends.

 
At Thu Sep 27, 06:07:00 PM 2007, Blogger >> said...

Thank You Tony for your comment.It took me quite a good time to answer your query.

Making proper sense of your question heres the real technical thing going on inside the USB 3.0 Test labs.They are using a second fiber-optic channel in addition to the standard copper channel(presently used in USB2.0). The copper will still be there to offer backwards compatibility with USB 2.0.
I suppose this can really match up the transfer speed stated(4.8 GB/sec).

 
At Thu Sep 27, 10:33:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Tony said...

Oh, I believe that a wire could throughput 4.8 GB/sec. The concern was with what you'll do with that much bandwidth on the end of the wire. Your Front Bus and RAM can keep up, but at top speed - how fast will you run out of spare memory space? ;)

 

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