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USB 3.2 With 20Gbps Data Transfer Rate Coming to the Best Desktop PCs This Year: Report 2019

USB 3.2 With 20Gbps Data Transfer Rate Coming to the Best Desktop PC, USB 3.2, which is capable of 20Gbps data speed, is finally ready to come to the market. According to an online report, the first desktop PC with the new standard should reach out to the stores some time later this year.

The USB-Implementers Forum (USB-IF), which develops the USB standard, has also released branding details for the modification, including the rebranding of USB 3.1 Gen 1 and USB 3.1 Gen 2. USB 3.2


USB 3.2 With 20Gbps Data Transfer Rate Coming to the Best Desktop PCs



USB 3.2 With 20Gbps Data Transfer Rate Coming to the Best Desktop PC


specification was announced back in the form of an incremental update in July 2019 which defines the multi-lane operation for new USB 3.2 hosts and devices.


Highlights

USB 3.2 is backwards compatible with all current devices

• Expected external devices with USB 3.2 support in 2019

• USB 3.1 Gen 1, Gen 2 is now rebranded to USB 3.2 Gen 1, Gen 2



According to a report from AnandTech, around this summer, the first USB 3.2 chips should appear on the high-end motherboard, while the USB 3.2 support peripheral is not expected by 2019.

USB 3.2 branding confusion


USB 3.2 standard brings support to 20Gbps speed through a compatible USB Type-C cable to use two high-speed USB Type-C Tx / Rx channels.

USB 3.2 is also backward with all existing products. However, the introduction of USB 3.2 also adds much confusion as how USB specifications are named as USB-IF,USB 3.1 Gen 1 and USB 3.1 Gen 2 to re-adding USB 3.2 Gen 1 and USB 3.2 Gen 2 is.

With the speed of real USB 3.2Gbps 3.2 will be called USB 3.2 Gen2 × 2, USB-IF has been mentioned in its updated branding guidelines on its website.

To give you some context, when USB 3.0 was announced, it was very straightforward, with USB 3.0 connection you will get 5Gbps transfer rate in ideal conditions.

However, when USB 3.1 came, USB-IF decided to rebrand USB3.0 to USB 3.1 Gen 1 and the new specification with 10Gbps speed was termed as USB 3.1 Gen 2. Now, USB-IF with USB 3.2 is spoiling the water.

The 5Gbps speed specification, originally called USB 3.0, will now be dubbed as USB 3.2 Gen 1 and 10Gbps willbe dubbed as USB 3.2 Gen 2.

Although marketing names are equally simple, USB 3.2 Gen 1 will be called SuperSpeed ​​USB, USB 3.2 Gen2, SuperSpeed ​​USB 10Gbps, and USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 will get SuperSpeed ​​USB 20Gbps name.

USB-IF has requested manufacturers to use names, but it is dependent on manufacturers, who can always use misleading branding for their benefit.



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