Storage and SAN technology vendors this week introduced a wide range of Thunderbolt products for super-fast networking between Macs and PCs.
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Thunderbolt Networking allows two computers to connect to each other directly without having to first create a network. It's available now in Thunderbolt 2 Macs running Mavericks and a Windows driver is due by the end of June.
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Vendors showed off their latest Thunderbolt peripherals at the recent Macworld Expo, including network and storage adapters, drives, and card cages.
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