Your USB cable is about to get a speed boost


SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.1 Gen 2) was first introduced in 2013 and has become the new standard connection for many of our devices. The existing cables were designed for USB 2.0 and identified with the SS logo. But what’s next for these cables? With the release of USB 4, a new speed boost is coming that will support businesses even more.

The new standard offers double the transfer speeds of USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 at 20Gbps. It is also compatible with Thunderbolt 3. This means that you can connect your Thunderbolt 3 device to a USB 4 port and still get full performance. The increased transfer speed will be a great help for businesses that need to move large files quickly between devices.

There is also a new connector type-C that will be available with USB 4. This connector is smaller and more versatile than the existing Type-A and Type-B connectors. It can be used with any device that has a USB port, so you won’t need to keep track of multiple types of cables anymore. The small size of the connector also makes it more difficult to accidentally unplug your devices.

Best of all, USB 4 is backward compatible with earlier versions of USB, which means you won’t need to replace all your existing cables when the new standard comes out. Your existing cables will still work with USB 4 devices, although you won’t get the full performance benefits of the new standard unless you upgrade to a newer cable.

When upgrading to USB 4, you’ll get the maximum benefits by also upgrading your cables too for optimal performance in your business transfers!

If you want improved productivity and performance in your business before the end of the year, contact us. There are always ways to make things faster in every business.