CalDigit Introduces Connect 10G 

CalDigit has announced Connect 10G, a 10Gb Ethernet to Thunderbolt 3 adapter for Macintosh and PC computers.

CalDigit said the Connect 10G increases performance 10X over standard Gigabit Ethernet when used with 10Gb network switches and high speed networks. It supports 10Gb, 5Gb, 2.5Gb, 1Gb and 100Mb full compatibility across a wide range of network configurations.

The Connect 10G adapter is portable and only needs power from the computer's Thunderbolt 3 port. The adapter is passively cooled by the aluminum enclosure to maintain peak performance. It is ideal for connecting to 10GbE RAID/NAS storage for applications such as video editing that requires fast transfer speeds.

There is plug and play compatibility for macOS. Windows requires driver installation.

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