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USB 3.0, the blazing-fast data transferral medium which promises theoretical speeds of 625MB per second will migrate to tablets and smartphone by the end of 2012. Sick of the standard 5-10MBps transfer rates of USB 2.0? Imagine an iPhone which can pump 600Mbps or more. That future is now.
At CES 2012 Rahman Ismail, CTO of the USB Implementers Forum spoke of the inherent speed of USB 3.0, “What takes 15 minutes will roughly take 1 minute and 10 seconds,” Ismail notes that new specifications will have to be implemented for the global USB 3.0 integration. “We’re coming out with new specs, new areas where we will make it very power efficient, power friendly.” The new USB 3.0 port will take the form of the widely-adopted MicroUSB.
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