Ajay Bhatt, the co-inventor of the popular Universal Serial Bus (USB) connectivity standards refuses to fade from memory and now netizens have been remembering the man who eliminated the hardware interfacing issue and made data transfer simpler.
In this regard, it does a world of good to offer tributes to the USB without which there would naturally have been at least two dozens of wires dangling all over which would potentially have made data transfer and connectivity tougher than what it is now. Thank Ajay Bhatt and co for the USB.
Ajay Bhatt seemingly regrets the way USB was developed
Another interesting USB-related aspect that has surfaced at this point in time is the fact that Ajay Bhatt in an interview with National Public Radio has acknowledged the users’ annoyances concerning the reversibility factor of the standard USB. With advanced reversible USB’s now having come to the fore, a significant chunk of the users are on standard USB’s requiring a correct plug-in (correct side) while connecting to computers.
Nonetheless, USB has redefined connectivity. Ajay Bhatt has showcased the core technical Indian talent to the world. Don't you think so?