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    That was their official statement last year. ...

    That was their official statement last year. Seriously.

    At this rate, I actually hope they’re over-engineering them for bandwidth and they’ll be Thunderbolt 4 compliant since TB4 will probably...
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    While mostly true, that’s a pretty obtuse...

    While mostly true, that’s a pretty obtuse response. These optical TB3 cables are every bit as capable as the “40 GBPs” copper ones.

    Not all data is created and/or transported equally across a...
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    There has been a lot of work on these by Corning...

    There has been a lot of work on these by Corning and Intel. They’re trying to make them a whole lot more robust than the TB2 version. Which is now discontinued, mostly because the failure rate was...
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    And there’s that too. I have a few of the 35’...

    And there’s that too. I have a few of the 35’ Corning optical TB2 cables that no longer work and their warranty was always a joke. Took weeks of screwing with them over the phone to get one cable...
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    Corning and Tsumitomo have announced... Nothing...

    Corning and Tsumitomo have announced... Nothing for sale yet. They might be waiting for licensing to open up on the encoder/decoder unit production so they can use suppliers other than Intel, or...
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