It's comforting to hear that even Intel doesn't think we're at the end of the tether. In spite of them, that is. We would be much faster in terms of storage if Intel wouldn't use their leverage to stymie USB 3. If the leading provider of speed is actively slowing down bleeding obvious technical developments, things can go awfully wrong. The Soviet Union was full of brilliant scientists like Perlmutter.
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from the article: Intel insider