Intel Will Build Thunderbolt 3 Ports And Make It Royalty-Free

Posted: May 25 2017, 7:30am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Intel Will Build Thunderbolt 3 Ports and Make it Royalty-Free
  • Intel is to Allow Thunderbolt 3 to be Fully Integrated into its Chips

The company that is Intel is to allow the Thunderbolt 3 to be fully integrated into its processors and thus become royalty-free. This will aid in the adoption process.

Thunderbolt 3 had many fans spread throughout the developed world. The marvelous versatility, great performativity and single port and cable under one roof makes this technology the stuff that dreams are made of. While it is not as popular as it ought to be, the high tech solution is becoming more and more common as time moves on.

Intel has announced a few things that ought to make Thunderbolt 3’s adoption a cinch. It will firstly be integrated into its processors. Alpine Ridge was unveiled two years ago and it was the first Thunderbolt 3 microchip.

According to Arstechnica, the Kaby Lake chips of 2016 however didn’t contain any Thunderbolt 3 foundation. The thing is that the steep price of manufacturing these chips and their extreme complexity make them hands-off material. To avoid going into the details that might land the company in a mess of its own making, Intel avoided integrating these chips in its processors.

However, all this is not so anymore. Now the Thunderbolt 3 has been subsumed in Intel’s processors. Some last minute touches still need to be made to the technology otherwise it is ready to be road-tested.

According to CNet, Intel has been at it in this regard since the year 2011. With the entry of the Thunderbolt 3 into Intel’s repertoire, PC technology will never be the same again.

Things are going to get speedy and super-fast. Add VR to the mix and you have got something very awesome in your hands. Intel always wanted to make Thunderbolt 3 technology mainstream and now it has fulfilled its promise.

The future is all about the Thunderbolt 3 and it is looking good. The whole system is a complex one with so many variables and components.

Yet as is written on Engadget, by the end of the day when you look back you can see that the rate of acceleration of technology is going to go to a point where the sky is the limit.

Whether other high tech firms take up Intel on its lucrative offer remains to be seen. It ought to happen since where there is an opportunity, the investors invariably come scrambling in ready to partake in a piece of the action.

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