Since its early days, USB has been positioned as an external bus standard for fast data communications. When observing how the standard has evolved over the years, one can notice a distinct bias toward increasing the speed of data communications (Fig. 1). Moreover, each generation has been branded using terms such as “full-speed,” “Hi-speed,” “Super-speed,” and “super-speed+” (Fig. 2), which again reemphasized the positioning
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