Discussion of the SuperSpeed USB 3 specification.0 will take place in January
USB Group 3.0 Promoter Group, which is promoting a new version of the serial bus (SuperSpeed USB), announced that it is interested in increasing the number of participants who could participate in the development of an initial, draft version of the specification. Completion of development is expected in the first half of next year.
Recall that the SuperSpeed USB bus will be backward compatible with previous versions and retain the key advantages inherent in USB technology, such as ease of use and support for plug-and-play ideology. At the same time, it is argued that the new generation USB interface will provide more than tenfold increase in the speed of information exchange compared to the capabilities of USB 2.0.
To participate in the specification creation process, the stakeholder must be a member of the USB Implementers Forum and sign a specific agreement. After joining the development group, she gets access to the current version of the draft specification.
Discussion of the document is planned to be held at a meeting of participants, which will be held on January 14-15 next year in Las Vegas.
Currently, USB group 3.0 Promoter Group includes HP, Intel, Microsoft, NEC, NXP Semiconductors and Texas Instruments.