SuperSpeed USB or USB 3.0 is said to be “the next big thing” in transferring data. Fujitsu and Fresco Logic are working to deliver a superfast USB 3.0 that would clock a whopping 390 megs per second transfer speed.
The USB 3.0 drive is actually a RAID, which will be powered by a combination of Fujitsu’s IC and Fresco Logic’s xHCI host controller. Generally, when we see the hardware specs, the write speed is approximately half of the read speed and both are never identical. But, in USB 3.0, the read and write speeds will be almost identical. While the read speed will hit 390 megs per second, and the write speed will manage to hit a jaw-dropping 380 megs per second. Pretty impressive, isn’t it?
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