G-Technology started using HGST's helium-filled hard drives in their direct-attached storage (DAS) products earlier this year. The product lines utilizing these 8TB and 10TB drives include: G-Drive with Thunderbolt (single drive enclosure) G-Speed Studio with Thunderbolt (four-bay enclosure with hardware RAID) G-Speed Studio XL with Thunderbolt (eight-bay enclosure with hardware RAID) G-Drive USB (single drive enclosure) G-RAID USB (two-bay hot-swap enclosure with hardware RAID) G-RAID with Thunderbolt (two-bay hot-swap enclosure with hardware RAID) G-Speed Shuttle XL with Thunderbolt (eight-bay / six-bay + 2 ev Series adapters hot-swap enclosures with hardware RAID) G-Speed Studio XL with Thunderbolt(six-bay + 2 ev Series adapters hot-swap enclosures with hardware RAID) G-Rack 12 and G-Rack 12 Exp expansion chassis (NAS with 12 bays + 12 additional expansion bays using G-Technology's custom NAS OS based on btrfs) We have not...
G-Technology this week introduced several new models of its G-Drive and G-RAID products with Thunderbolt 1, USB 3.0 or Thunderbolt 2 soltions. These are direct attached storage (DAS) devices...16 by Anton Shilov on 7/22/2016
As part of every CES trip, I make it a point to visit G-Technology and see what they are introducing into the DAS (direct attached storage) market. This year...5 by Ganesh T S on 1/17/2016
Thunderbolt is Intel’s high-bandwidth, do-everything connector, designed as a potential future path for all things external to a system - displays, USB devices, external storage, PCI Express, and even...24 by Ganesh T S on 4/11/2014
G-Technology, a company owned by Hitachi, has released an updated model of their G-RAID solution, which now adds Thunderbolt support. Essentially the G-RAID Thunderbolt is equivalent to the regular...9 by Kristian Vättö on 4/17/2012