A new version of USB labeling is launched

USB has already reached a stage where there are many types of ports in circulation and efforts to create a standard labeling are beginning. The SB Consortium has released new port speed guidance so customers know exactly what they’re getting

So the new USB ports will have a transfer speed of:

  • USB 40Gbps
  • USB 20Gbps
  • USB 10Gbps
  • USB 5Gbps

Watts are also added to chargers or cables:

A new version of USB labeling is launched

In addition to the speed, according to the rules, only the port type, such as USB Type-C, should be indicated. Detailed descriptions of USB4 Version 1.0, USB4 Version 2.0, USB 3.2, SuperSpeed ​​Plus, Enhanced SuperSpeed ​​or SuperSpeed+ should not be on packaging, product names or elsewhere.

At least this will be in the recommendation, but manufacturers will probably want to show off, for example, USB4 and similar markings and put them on the box anyway.


Source: Sector.sk by www.sector.sk.

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