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Intel Doubles Thunderbolt Throughput

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Intel's unveiling of some early silicon and at least some cursory details of its next generation Thunderbolt controller, codenamed Falcon Ridge, has some highly significant implications for the rollout of 4K.

Using an external graphics card via Thunderbolt

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We've had a few articles recently talking about the power of Thunderbolt and whether it's possible to make an external graphics card work with it

With so many fast types of computer I/O now available (Thunderbolt, USB3, ESATA etc) Phil Rhodes explains everything you need to know about connecting storage to your computer

Thunderbolt cables get longer

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Thunderbolt cables are no longer limited to lengths of only 2 metres, making it easier to configure your editing equipment and storage

PC Motherboards start to support 4K video

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Awareness of 4K video has reached motherboard manufacturers as Gigabyte announces their first motherboards that support a 4K output.

WD always seems to be one of the first to bring out ultra portable drives with decent capacity and new connectivity. Their Passport Pro drives are nicely designed and rugged enough for lugging around between gigs

The LaCie Thunderbolt Family - review

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LaCie have been making high quality external drives for many years now and recently they have adopted Thunderbolt connectivity in a big way. I had the opportunity to test some of the Thunderbolt enabled drives and here are the results

LaCie launch Thunderbolt 2 Little Big Disk at CES 2014

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LaCie were one of the first storage manufacturers to embrace Thunderbolt connections and now they are launching their first drive with Thunderbolt 2 connectivity; the Little Big Disk Thunderbolt 2

Intel's designing a Thunderbolt Flash Drive

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Intel reveals plans for Thunderbolt Flash Storage. Promises to revolutionise fast portable backup

Intel demonstrates 100Gbps connection

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In a presentation at the Intel Developers Forum in Beijing, Intels CTO Justin Rattner demonstrated a 100Gbps connection based on their Silicon Photonics technology 

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