USB Promoter Group introduced the USB 4 Version 2.0 format.
It is 2 times faster compared to the first student student – 80 Gb / s. This was successful thanks to an updated architecture and an improvement in the data transfer protocol, which began to work more efficiently.
USB-IF spokesperson Joe Balich added that 80Gbps speeds will also be supported on current USB 4, USB-C, and Thunderbolt 4 cables. USB 4 version 2 takes precedence over USB4 1.0, USB 3.2, USB 2.0, and Thunderbolt. 3.
More details will be announced in November this year before USB DevDays. [The Verge]
Source: Iphones RU