Ajay Bhatt was struggling to upgrade his computer when he began to see the is required for one push to rule them all.
In the olden days, plugging something into your computer–a mouse, a printer, a hard drive–required a zoo of cables. Maybe you needed a PS/ 2 connector or a serial port, the Apple Desktop Bus, or a DIN connector; maybe a parallel port or SCSI or Firewire cable. If you’ve never heard of those circumstances, and if you have, thank USB. When it was first released after 1996, the idea was right there in the first word: Universal Serial Bus. And to be universal, it had to precisely wreak.” The technology that we were replacing, like serial ports, parallel ports, the mouse and keyboard ports, they all necessary a fair amount of software assistance, and any time you installed a machine, it required multiple reboots and sometimes even opening the box ,” says Ajay Bhatt, who retired from Intel in 2016.” Our goal was that when you get a device, you push it in, and it directs .”
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