The development history of Type-C interface

- Dec 27, 2017 -

The development history of Type-C interface 


In June 3, 2015, the USB Type-C port was adopted by Thunderbolt 3. Intel announced that Thunderbolt 3 would no longer use the previous block - style interface, but a standard for compatibility with USB3.1, but still retain a landmark lightning logo. Speed soared to 40Gbps. The equipment that uses this interface will be put into the market in the first half of 2016. Type C is expected to get popular [1].


In August 1, 2015, launched a mobile core Hedo SSD global first Type-C interface. The SSD provides the latest Type-C interface to support double - sided insertion of the USB interface. TECOH core mobile SSD is also divided into flagship and standard grade two products, the flagship is faster and more reliable and secure, users tend to business or have a fever. The standard class products are oriented to the mainstream public users, but the actual transmission speed is amazing.


In October 10, 2015, the iron company launched the world's first USB 3.1 Type-C interface disk array, the actual test speed of 1.25GB/s.


In January 1, 2016, the world's first Type-C mobile fingerprint encryption SSD was made by Teccor core limited.


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