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It can simultaneously run general Ethernet services in addition to the Thunderbolt 2 network, completely independently and with no bandwidth interference.
- TVS-871T-i7-16G: features Intel Core i7-4790S 3.2GHz quad-core processor and 16GB DDR3 RAM, built-in dual-port Thunderbolt 2 and 10GbE ports
The maximum reserved for PCIe on Thunderbolt 2 is about 11Gbps, but if you're displaying video in 4K at 60 fps with DisplayPort monitors, on the same Thunderbolt channel, the PCIe allocation drops to about 8Gbps (see this Intel slide on the AJA site:
- Multiple I/O interface support to deliver maximum flexibility and compatibility for Mac and PC users, including two Thunderbolt 2 ports, one eSATA port and one USB 3.0 port and corresponding cables
The new Express Dock HD is compatible with Thunderbolt 2 and backward-compatible with all Thunderbolt devices -- which include laptops/ultrabooks and desktops with Thunderbolt or Thunderbolt 2 ports.
like Belkin's Thunderbolt 2 Express Dock HD help highlight what Thunderbolt 2
Delivering transfer speeds up to 1,330 megabytes per second, LaCie has announced that the 8big Rack is the speediest Thunderbolt 2 drive available.
Thunderbolt 2 technology incorporates DisplayPort 1.2 support, which allows for video streaming to a single 4K video monitor.
The Thunderbolt 2 has the capability of installing pipe up to 42-inches in diameter, said Bill Malcomb, Boretec direction of engineering.
Thunderbolt Networking connects two Thunderbolt 2 computers to create a peer-to-peer connection allowing users to transfer files without the interim step of copying files to an external hard drive or having to create a local network.
Based on the new Intel Z87 chipset and ready for the latest 4th generation Intel Core(TM) processors, the ASUS Z87-Deluxe/Quad ATX motherboard has two Thunderbolt 2 ports for connecting up to 12 devices at once.
We will see the new Thunderbolt 2 interface, which will be up to twice as fast as Thunderbolt 1.