Intel leak reveals Thunderbolt 5 could offer 80Gbps USB-C ports
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Intel leak reveals Thunderbolt 5 could offer 80Gbps USB-C ports

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Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge

Thunderbolt 4 is still relatively early on, but that isn’t stopping Intel from working on its next version of the connectivity standard, Thunderbolt 5. And thanks to a hastily deleted tweet from Intel executive Gregory Bryant that was caught by Anandtech, we’ve already gotten a sneak preview at the next-generation Thunderbolt standard, which could offer twice the speed of Thunderbolt 4 while maintaining physical USB-C plugs.

The most notable thing on the post was a title for “80G PHY Technology” — referencing a physical connector that offers 80Gbps connections, which would be twice the speeds offered by Thunderbolt 4 (which maxes out at 40Gbps).

Photo: Anandtech

The next line confirms that the new technology still…

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