Apple Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter
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One of the reasons for a slow take up rate of 10Gbps ethernet is that it requires full duplex point-to-point links (typically via network switches) and as a result half duplex operation and repeater hubs do not work in 10Gbps ethernet networks. So converting existing ethernet networks to a 10Gbps ethernet network is no trivial matter and is quite expensive. All that said, I expect the deployment of 10Gbps ethernet networks to really start taking off more broadly due to the demands of HD video editing and the requirement of more organisations to have high-performance shared storage systems. I know the cable and ethernet port at working. I don't know if the dongle or thunderbolts on the laptop are faulty. I can test the dongle with another computer later in the week. Which is faster for connecting an ethernet cable to a MacBook Pro - a Thunderbolt adapter or a USB 3.0 adapter?
Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter - Business - Apple (SG) Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter - Business - Apple (SG)
In terms of CPU utilization Thunderbolt adapter is better, but not by a lagre margin (22% CPU load vs. 30% in case of USB 3.0) Easily connect to the high-performance Gigabit Ethernet network with this Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet adapter from Apple.So, which type of adapter is better in terms of latency? Generally, a Thunderbolt to Ethernet adapter is likely to have a lower latency then a USB 3 to Ethernet adapter. But, as manufacturers focus on bandwidth or throughput when they publish specs, you're not going to find it easy to try and quantify this or compare adapters.
Adapters for the Thunderbolt 4, Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C port
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It's really amazing and works pretty good. It gets the best maximum speed your internet service providers offer. So it would appear that the Apple brand thunderbolt to gigabit ethernet adapter is not supported in my MacBook Pro 2015 running Big Sur 11.2.1 A lot has been made about latency in the comments. While latency is a factor - especially when large networks with many network devices are involved - it's less of an issue for typical consumers.
Community members who reach Level 5 in the community can create User Tipsto share knowledge about Apple products. For starters, ethernet can actually support up to 10Gbps. However, in 99.9% of cases (okay, I can't cite a source for that figure - I'm just making a point) this will not be a practical consideration for users unless they intend to connect to an existing 10Gbps ethernet network. While 10Gbps ethernet is starting to gain some traction in terms of network infrastructure, this is only happening in some of the largest organisations or those that have a particular need for this type of setup (such as ISPs, Cloud providers, data centres, etc). It is also worth noting that Apple has never launched a computer (not even Mac Pros or Servers) that natively support 10Gbps ethernet. However, when the computer enters sleep and then wakes up in a different network (i.e. I close the lid, disconnect the eth cable, put the Mac in my bag, move from one office to another and then open the lid and connect a new ethernet cable - it won't detect it).