Thunderbolt™ 4 is the fundamental connectivity architecture employed in GMS’s X9 SPIDER family of small form factor rugged modules and displays.
The X9 SPIDER products showcase the open distributed computing architecture (DCA) concept. Central to this implementation is Thunderbolt connectivity, which allows X9 SPIDER to tackle complex situations by rapidly, and easily, upscaling resources.
What is Thunderbolt™?
Thunderbolt is promoted by Intel® as the ultimate experience in universal connectivity. The Thunderbolt protocol supports fast data transfer, high-resolution video, and power delivery at the same time, with a single cable. Thunderbolt technology was created in 2010 by Intel®, in collaboration with Apple®. It was initially marketed under the code name Light Peak and first incorporated in the 2011 MacBook Pro with a mini DisplayPort™ connector.
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