As of April 2018, USB 3.2 drives and hubs were just starting to become available for purchase, though plenty of USB 3.1 drives and hubs were available.
USB standard Date released Speed USB 3.2 (Type C) September 2017 20 Gbit/s USB 3.1 July 2013 10 Gbit/s USB 3.0 November 2008 5 Gbit/s USB 2.0 April 2000 480 Mbit/s USB 1.0 1996 1.5 Mbit/s, 12 Mbit/s
USB is an abbreviation for universal serial bus, and the current USB standard, adopted in September 2017, is USB 3.2 technology.
- ANX7491 10G USB 3.2 re-timer with Integrated clock.
Built on industry proven architecture previously adopted by Intel, AMD, and Nvidia CPU/GPU platforms, the second generation ANX74xx family features an even lower power consumption, integrated clock source, and improved robustness of DisplayPort 1.4a and USB 3.2., offering:
has announced the availability of its ANX7451, second generation 10 Gbps USB-C(TM) re-timer capable of supporting USB 3.2 Gen2 data rates and DisplayPort(TM) 1.4a at 8.1 Gbps for next generation 10G mobile devices which require re-timers to drive appreciable distances, the company said.
This allows low-cost cable solutions to meet the performance and compliance requirements of high-speed DisplayPort and USB 3.2 signals.