The USB 3.0 Growing Standard

The USB 3.0 is the latest and greatest innovation to hit the flash drive industry. More and more companies are coming out with various versions of the high speed high capacity flash drives. Many professionals are awaiting the release of password encrypted and secure USB 3.0 flash drives. Slowly but surely USB 3.0 ports and flash drives are becoming the standard in many types of electronics and equipment.

Why the Switch?

Mainly the switch to USB 3.0 is becoming standard due to the advancements in other types of technology. The USB 3.0 is being utilized in other products and electronic devices in order to support the increasing functionality and needs of advanced technologies. More electronics are requiring an increase in speed and capacity of data transfer to function and to entertain the end-user as well. Upgrading to these ports also provides more efficient connectivity between various devices for the end-user.

What’s Next in the Industry?

The next thing to come in the flash drive and USB 3.0 world is the prominence of secure flash drives for business and professional purposes. Most people today must choose between the fast performance of USB 3.0 flash drives and the secure encrypted functions of USB 2.0 flash drives. By the end of 2012 there will more a wide variety of password encrypted flash drives with different levels of security at the USB 3.0 level.

The USB drive is not going anywhere although its prominence and popularity may wane with the growth of the mobile computing and cloud computing industries. There are an increasing number of options in order to get simple tasks done for professionals and businesses alike. Take the time to the research and establish wither flash drives or cloud applications are able to handle your needs today. The USB 3.0 industry has just begun its growth.

About the author

Daniel Rubin Daniel Rubin is the co-owner of USB Direct Inc., a Canadian company which specializes in the manufacturing of logo flash drives. You can view his .

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