Apple just launched their new range of MacBook Pro’s, which features, Intel’s new Thunderbolt (Light Peak) technology, and now Intel has released details of a range of companies who are already on board with the new technology.
As well as Apple, Intel is teaming upp with companies like LaCie, Aja, Apogee, Avid, Blackmagic and Western Digital, will all be providing hardware that will use Intel’s new 10Gbps connection.
“Working with HD media is one of the most demanding things people do with their PCs,” said Mooly Eden, general manager, PC Client Group, Intel. “With Thunderbolt technology, Intel has delivered innovative technology to help professionals and consumers work faster and more easily with their growing collection of media content, from music to HD movies. We’ve taken the vision of simple, fast transfer of content between PCs and devices, and made it a reality.”
So we expect a wide range of products to be released over the next couple of months that will make use of Intel’s new Thunderbolt technology.
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