Intel thunderbolt interconnect to Bring Speed for Data Conversion

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Intel has recently upgraded a new data conversion system by using the most sophisticated technology to improve the speed of the data transfer rate via computers, laptops, tablet digital units, and television sets. More specifically, the company has redefined the data conversion process by applying the innovative technology which is supposed to hit the market by 2015.

In a press release, one of the official spokespersons of Intel has told journalists that this new data conversion system can be used to bring the speed to transfer digital data to other electronic systems like television sets, infotainment system, set-top boxes and laptops. The highest speed to transfer data of Thunderbolt data conversion process is 50 gigabits per second within the limited radius of 100 meters. In New York, Jeff who is believed to be the director of circuits at Intel Labs is very optimistic about the future prospect of Thunderbolt which will be launched after few years to help the online browsers to pull up information and transfer data from one system to another at high speed. Even Thunderbolt is active to transfer data via smart and super phones. You can even transfer video files and digital data to other systems within short span of time. It is more efficient than current intercom networking system. Intel has uprgraaded the technology in unison with Apple. Those who like to do work via computer, it will be an excellent job to reduce burden of trouble in choosing the Thunderbolt data conversion system.

Finally, according to experts, this sophisticated data conversion system is also cost effective and capable of helping people to transfer data up to 10 gigabits in twinkling of an eye. Silicon insulated accessories are used to manufacture Thunderbolt data transfer cable and other tools for ensuring trouble free communication. Thunderbolt will be available in the international market by the end of 2015.

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