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iTwin USB device starts shipping

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on December 23rd, 2010

The iTwin USB storage device has finally begun shipping, but the first batch is limited to just 50 units. Just plug these into two PCs, and they create a network through which they can share data between each other over the Internet. If you remove one, the connection is broken and the data sharing stops.

The iTwin USB Drive lets you transmit data between the computers via a network between the two devices using 256bit AES encryption, so everything will be safe and secure.

iTwin to Connect Remote Computers Easily via USB

Posted in Networking by Darrin Olson on September 15th, 2009

iTwin Remote USB ConnectionA new startup company called iTwin has what they are touting as some simple hardware to connect remote computers together and share information. The iTwin device consists of two USB drives that start out hooked together, but then can be plugged into separate computers to allow instant sharing of files. The designers state they realized that many people understand how to use a USB drive, but small USB drives hold a limited amount of data and lack in security if you lose the drive.

A user of the iTwin drives can connect them to a single computer and drop some files into the drive, then disconnect the second USB drive. The second USB can then be taken to another computer somewhere else in the world and plugged in, giving instant and automatic access between the two computers. A number of hurdles immediately come to mind when thinking about how this could work with everything from individual computer firewalls and port security, to network firewalls, internet connections and authentication on both ends. But, according to the designers of iTwin it basically makes a connection between the two computers as if they have a “cable-less cable”. The file sharing is unlimited and encrypted, and by simply unplugging one end, the other end is left useless for any attempting hacking.