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j5create Teams Up with Intel to Develop the Next Generation USB4 Peripherals

j5create Teams Up with Intel to Develop the Next Generation USB4 Peripherals

j5create, a world leader in high tech computer accessories, and Intel, the world’s largest manufacturer of semiconductor chips, are working together to develop one of the worlds’ first USB4 multi-port adapters.

USB4™ is the latest USB™ specification offering several improvements over legacy USB-C adapters including higher transfer speeds, more efficient bandwidth allocation between data and display protocols, as well as backward compatibility with older USB™ and Thunderbolt™ specifications.PREDICTIONS SERIES 2022

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“We’re thrilled to work with Intel to bring the latest USB peripherals to market.” said Steven Lyu, Chief Operating Officer at j5create. “We are always innovating to deliver high-performance solutions users have been anticipating through a variety of products, technologies, and design collaborations.”

The USB4™ multi-port adapters will be one of the first to incorporate the latest Intel USB4 controller, offering Thunderbolt™ compatibility and USB™ legacy support. Set to release in Q1 2022, these USB4™ multi-port adapters provide efficient and dynamic bandwidth allocation up to 20Gbps and dual 4K video support in addition to high-speed peripheral ports.

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