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New CS Seminar Topic: Thunderbolt Technology

Question asked by Kaustubh Katdare in #Coffee Room on Feb 24, 2011
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare · Feb 24, 2011
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I'm really impressed by the Thunderbolt technology developed by Apple and Intel. It's the latest CS/IT/Electronics Seminar Topic which you can use for your presentation.

We've a separate discussion thread going on to discuss the technology: https://www.crazyengineers.com/forum...nel-data-transfer-technology-discussions.html

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Thunderbolt 10 GB/sec Dual Channel I/O Data Transfer Technology By Apple & Intel - CrazyEngineers Posted in: #Coffee Room
nehajalan20
nehajalan20 · Jul 14, 2011
Rank E1 - BEGINNER
hiiii
i am doing b.tech. i choose "THUNDERBOLT" as my seminar topic. i need more information about this technology to prepare for seminar.this is my first seminar. plz suggest me where i found more info about it.
plz help me
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare · Jul 14, 2011
Rank A1 - PRO
nehajalan20
hiiii
i am doing b.tech. i choose "THUNDERBOLT" as my seminar topic. i need more information about this technology to prepare for seminar.this is my first seminar. plz suggest me where i found more info about it.
plz help me
Your reference points would be Wikipedia and Apple & Intel's official website. They've jointly developed the technology, so you should find all the information there. Let us know if you need further help.
AJAI ASHOK
AJAI ASHOK · Aug 6, 2011
Rank E2 - BEGINNER
hiiiiiiiii frnd................ i,am also choose th thunderbolt as th seminar topic........... its my mail id .if u gt any addtnl infrmtn plz send it
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare · Aug 6, 2011
Rank A1 - PRO
AJAI ASHOK
hiiiiiiiii frnd................ i,am also choose th thunderbolt as th seminar topic........... its my mail id .if u gt any addtnl infrmtn plz send it
Why do you want us to mail you the information when lot of it is being shared online on forums so that it is available for larger audience? Go through the information available and ask your questions.

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