Thunderbolt 3: processor support and royalty exemption

Over the past three years, Intel has been promoting the Thunderbolt peripheral connection interface, regularly releasing updates on the appropriate adapter. The last, third generation Thunderbolt was more successful than others, and yet it cannot be called widely used. To turn the tide, Intel took two cardinal steps at once. First, it announced plans to integrate the Thunderbolt controller into the system logic of future Intel processors. Secondly, the company refuses to collect royalties (licensing fees) for the use of technology by third parties. Both steps are aimed at reducing the cost of using Thunderbolt and its wider distribution.

Why use Thunderbolt 3 on PCs and laptops? Here are some of its benefits.

Well, with the innovations mentioned above, Thunderbolt 3 becomes even more pleasant.


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