Intel Launches Thunderbolt Share: for Enhanced PC Interconnectivity

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Intel announced the release of its new Thunderbolt Share software, as reported by VideoCardz. This application facilitates high-speed data transfer, screen sharing, and peripheral sharing between two PCs. Designed to add value to Thunderbolt-enabled PCs and accessories, the software is targeted at OEM manufacturers and supports connections via Thunderbolt docks and displays. Thunderbolt Share is capable of uncompressed screen sharing up to 1080p at 60fps, allowing users to connect two computers directly, or through Thunderbolt expansion docks or displays, for flexible configuration options. The software aims to simplify tasks such as controlling another computer, synchronizing files, and transferring data to a new PC, eliminating the need for external hard drive transfers.

Compatible with Thunderbolt 4 and Thunderbolt 5 devices as well as the Windows operating system, Thunderbolt Share is poised to enhance user productivity by streamlining the way devices interact. Key authorized manufacturers include MSI, Lenovo, Acer, Razer, Kensington, and Belkin. The first version of Thunderbolt Share software is set to be released today, promising a significant improvement in connectivity and efficiency for users equipped with Thunderbolt-capable devices. This launch reflects Intel's ongoing commitment to expanding its ecosystem of high-speed connectivity solutions.

Source: videocardz

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