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Tag Archives: Intel

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Are Your Thunderbolt 3 Products Obsolete? Not So Fast…

As we mentioned in an earlier Rocket Yard post, "Intel Introduces Thunderbolt 4: What Is It and Does It Matter?" Intel released the specifications and expectations of Thunderbolt 4 last week. This has caused quite a stir, initiated a lot of conversation, and even created a bit of fear in those who are heavily invested in Thunderbolt 3.

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Intel Introduces Thunderbolt 4: What Is It and Does It Matter?

This week, Intel introduced the new Thunderbolt 4 standard, so let's look at what it means for Thunderbolt 3, USB-C, USB4, USB3, the future of computing, how it will save humanity, etc. Well, maybe not that last one, but you get the idea. Let's begin, shall we?

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OWC Envoy Pro EX Now Supports All Thunderbolt 3 Equipped Macs

When you work with Intel on design and meet all requirements and compliances for Apple and Thunderbolt 3 certification, it’s unexpected and rare that issues arise with future systems. One of the best parts of Thunderbolt 3 certification is the win-win for customers and manufacturers alike for ongoing, trouble-free operation, with existing and future computers and OS versions.

Next Gen Intel Processors Feature Redesigned Hardware to Address Spectre, Meltdown

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pi2ftnlfImo] In order to protect against the recent Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced today that the company’s next generation of processors will feature redesigned components. The CEO added that Variant 1 of the vulnerabilities will...

Report: New Ways to Exploit Meltdown, Spectre Vulnerabilities Found

Last month, security vulnerabilities in Intel and other tech companies’ CPUs was discovered that affects nearly every major platform. Anxiousness surrounding the Meltdown/Spectre vulnerabilities has led researchers to look for new ways to exploit the vulnerabilities that go beyond proof-of-concept....

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