No USB 3.0? :-(
Lets see, USB 1.1 came out in Sept 1998. So this has been 14 years in the making!
Now that's a huge development cycle!
From: Bryan Dietz [mailto:bdietz400@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2013 3:23 PM
To: Midrange- L
Subject: IBM i Now Supports USB Flash Drives
Holy cow! Brain is spinning....
Today, IBM is adding support to use USB Flash Drives as a second type of RMS technology. Flash drives can hold as much data as multiple DVDs and can typically access the data much faster. This allows a much more convenient way to move data (either IFS or save data) to another machine. IBM does not qualify nor recommended any particular device, but typical USB 2.0 devices from 2 to 32GB have been used in our testing.
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