By Jason Ziller, General Manager – Client Connectivity Division, Intel
Designed to deliver outstanding performance, Thunderbolt™ 3 continues to expand adoption, as seen in the diverse variety of exciting new mobile PCs introduced in 2Q’18. Providing the most advanced, efficient and versatile I/O solution available with up to 40Gb/s for data and video,1 Thunderbolt 3 helps PC users gain the most from their system and get more done with faster multitasking, gaming and amazing rich-media content creation.
Thunderbolt 3 was recently introduced on a number of 8th Gen Intel® Core™ processor systems, helping expand offerings from consumer gaming, pro-enthusiast to heavy-lift commercial workstations, many also featuring Intel® Optane™ memory to enhance responsiveness and power to meet users’ toughest demands.
Thunderbolt™ 3 Enabled New 8th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor Systems
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Recent product introductions were not limited to PCs, the Thunderbolt 3 community also introduced more than 20 new Thunderbolt 3 peripheral products at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB’18) trade show, including new portable Nonvolatile Memory Express (NVMe) SSD storage products, as well as docks, external PCIe enclosures and I/O connectivity devices. For more information, see new product links below and NAB’18 video highlights - Accelerate Your Creativity.
Supporting consumer to entry-level small business to the most demanding data intensive environments, the Thunderbolt 3 ecosystem continues to drive broad product selection around the connection with the highest I/O bandwidth, to deliver the performance and capability headroom needed to keep pace with all PC users’ evolving needs.
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