Intel introduces Thunderbolt Share, which makes interaction between two PCs easier

Available on selected Windows PCs and accessories with Thunderbolt 4 or 5 ports

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Intel introduces Thunderbolt Share, which makes interaction between two PCs easier

Intel announces Thunderbolt Share, new software solution that allows screen sharing and quicker PC-to-PC file transfers via PCs’ Thunderbolt ports.

Currently, Thunderbolt Share will be offered with select PCs and accessories with Thunderbolt 4 or 5 ports. This solution will be quite beneficial for users with multiple PCs.

Intel vice president and general manager of the Client Connectivity Division said:

We are excited to continue to lead the industry in connectivity solutions with Thunderbolt technology. Thunderbolt Share delivers on our aspiration to bring innovative solutions to the market and deliver new experiences for users to get the most out of their PCs. Now users can seamlessly access one PC from another at Thunderbolt technology speeds. It truly changes how users can be more productive and efficient.

Thunderbolt Share is compatible with Thunderbolt 4 or Thunderbolt 5 PCs running Windows OS and uses Thunderbolt technology’s high bandwidth and low latency.

Features of Thunderbolt Share

  • Smooth screen sharing between PCs, with ultra-responsive mouse and keyboard control for a seamless visual experience.
  • Enable fast file transfers between two PCs with a simple drag-and-drop functionality, folder synchronization and easy file migrations from one old PC to a new PC.
  • Facilitate simple collaboration between users sharing large files.
  • Establish a connection directly between PCs or via Thunderbolt accessories like docks or monitors with multiple ports.
  • A private and secure connection without affecting Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or cloud network performance.
  • Hardware-based security – SMB/commercial friendly

Thunderbolt Share will be available on selected PCs and accessories in the second half of 2024. Companies that could incorporate this technology into their devices are MSI, Lenovo, Belkin, Acer, Razer, Kensington, Promise, OWC, Plugable, and others.

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