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2011-03-10 Thunderbolt rouses quiet PC world
As Intel tries to promote Thunderbolt, detractors point out perceived weaknesses such as the absence of compelling applications, thus keeping big vendors from supporting the interconnect.
2011-07-13 Thunderbolt lacks efficacy to oust USB
Thunderbolt provides attractive prospects but there are serious technical and economic disadvantages that should be checked.
2011-03-01 Ten truths about Intel's Thunderbolt
EE Times asks and answers 10 key questions about the new interconnect Thunderbolt, among them, its applications, silicon suppliers, supporters and roadmap, and whether it will kill USB.
2011-06-24 PCIe tech challenges Thunderbolt
PCI SIG launches an effort to develop a cable/wiring technology that aims to match Thunderbolt's capability.
2011-03-03 Critics reveal Thunderbolt's weaknesses
Detractors say Thunderbolt brings new costs and complexity to deliver two bi-directional 10Gbit/s copper links, and there are no applications needing more than the 5Gbit/s links USB 3.0 currently offers.
2011-03-01 Apple picks Thunderbolt I/O for new MacBook
Apple has opted to use Intel's Thunderbolt interface in its new MacBook Pro notebooks, claiming it is a revolutionary I/O technology that can support every important I/O standard.
2011-07-22 Apple integrates Thunderbolt in Macs
Apple has integrated the Thunderbolt interconnect to its latest versions of MacBook Air notebook and Mac mini desktop.
2015-11-20 Test active optical cables during design, production
Testing and analysis done at critical junctures during the design process can further reduce costs by optimising the design for high yield given specified manufacturing tolerances.
2013-05-21 Personal storage market posts high growth
IDC revealed that the worldwide personal and entry-level storage market grew 73.4 per cent YoY with 20.2 million units shipped in 1Q13.
2015-06-03 Intel Keynote: Wireless everywhere
Intel's message yesterday at the Computex Taipei was mainly around "wireless," from wireless charging to collaboration to Atom-based mobile devices powerful enough for gaming.
2015-08-05 Binding the world under one tech: Can USB Type C do it?
Armed with MHL and now with SuperMHL technologies, both from Silicon Image, Lattice introduced its superMHL chips designed to work over USB Type C connectors.
2011-04-29 TowerJazz SiGe process enables high-speed interfaces
The SiGe process enables high-speed interfaces in communication protocols such as Thunderbolt, optical fiber and high-data rate wireless by improving performance while reducing noise and power usage.
2015-03-27 Tiny ESD protection diode targets portable devices
Vishay releases a 0.27mm ESD protection diode that offers low capacitance and protection for high-speed data ports such as HDMI, USB 3.0, and Thunderbolt found in consumer devices.
2016-05-05 Will Apple mark the end of 3.5mm headphones?
Since Apple's already navigated the 30-pin to Lightning transition, what's the incremental motivation to additionally drop the legacy headphone jack connection?
2014-12-23 USB 3.0 vs USB 2.0: Reference at a glance
USB 3.0 is the third major version of the Universal Serial Bus standard for computer connectivity. In this article, we share a summary of important differences between USB 2.0 and USB 3.0.
2015-09-28 Type-C test fixtures flaunt high signal integrity
The Keysight N7015A claims to offer up to 30GHz, enabling engineers to verify and debug USB 3.1 Gen 2 designs and designs using other high-speed signal standards that support the Type-C connector.
2012-12-04 Taking apart the latest iMac
This teardown from iFixit showcases the iMac Intel 21.5 inch EMC 2544 which features a thinner case and a quad-core Intel i5 or i7 processor.
2012-02-23 Silicon ESD protectors tout lowest capacitance
The SESD products offer capacitance of 0.10pF (bi-directional, typical) and 0.20pF (uni-directional, typical), and ESD protection of 20kV air and contact discharge.
2012-05-04 Selecting the right USB version for your app
Know the varieties of the ubiquitous USB interface so you can make the appropriate choice for your situation.
2011-05-20 Seeing through Intel's mixed signals
EE Time's Rick Merritt scrutinizes Intel's claims and figureless charts, and believes the company can do better with all its brilliant engineers and managers.
2011-05-31 Renesas Mobile CEO sees LTE, modem tech as keys to success
Renesas Mobile's CEO has revealed the company's medium- and long-term plans, among them, a new modem technology and mobile app processor, and LTE chips connected to cloud services.
2011-10-10 Pros and cons of different high speed digital tests
Here's a discussion on the relative merits and demerits of high speed digital test approaches and dynamic protocol reconfiguration.
2014-10-17 New Apple on the block: iPads, Macs
Apple upgraded its line-up of tablets and PCsiPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, iMac and Apple Minito incorporate faster chips and much better graphics.
2012-06-11 Is Computex losing luster?
The demise of Computex will likely happen sooner rather than later if the trade group continues to fill exhibit halls with products that are readily available from other sources.
2012-09-13 iPhone 5 makes grand debut
Apple unveiled the latest models of its iPhone and iPod brands with much fanfare.
2011-10-31 Intel's struggles in digital TV
The problem, in part, is Intel seems to take a bulldozer approach to new market development. Too often, the company drive ambitious initiatives aggressively without its key stakeholders.
2011-09-16 Intel shows off its progress in its ultrabook line
The company rallied for the future of notebooks and tablets.
2011-06-02 Intel plots new roadmaps for Ultrabook, mobile devices
Intel is prepared to carry out its new roadmaps for its Core and Atom chips with "strong" industry collaboration.
2013-10-25 Intel invests in Singaporean cloud, mobile software start-ups
Intel Capital funnels $65 million into sixteen start-ups including Singaporean firms CloudFS and Perpetuuiti TechnoSoft Services.
2014-10-20 iMac Teardown: 5K display aside, new Mac identical to 2013's model
The 5K Retina model retains the non-Retina 27in iMac's user-upgradeable RAM, which means that anyone can replace the hard drive and the Intel CPU by cutting the adhesive tape that seals the display to the frame.
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