The National Association of Broadcasters held its annual show earlier this month in Las Vegas, Nevada. As the premier show for media and entertainment professionals, the event showcased a lot of the newest technology used in production and recording studios. Unlike CES (the Consumer Electronics Show) 2013 earlier this year, the storage mediadisplay at NAB was designed for commercial applications. And, as more and more recording and production professionals rely on hard disk and solid state storage for their media, it's not surprising there were some surprising developments.
G-Technology (http://www.thephoblographer.com/2013/04/08/g-technology-announces-new-ex... seemed to be everywhere, with several new external hard drives with high transfer rates and large capacities, designed to store large video and photo files. Let's take a look at some of the offerings:
G-Technology G-Drive Pro
This compact, desktop external hard drive boasts SSD-like performance in a conventional hard disk drive, with transfer rates up to 480MB/s.
G-Technology Evolution Series
The G-DOCK ev with Thunderbolt connection is designed to house the G-DRIVE ev or G-DRIVE ev PLUS external hard drivesin a RAID 1 or RAID 0 configuration. This two-bay, hot swappable system is designed as an easy-to-use RAID array for media professionals. The new Evolution drives, coming this summer, can be used alone or within the G-DOCK for flexibility.
Data Recovery for High Capacity Hard Disks
Today's broadcast and studio applications require high transfer rates and large storage capacities to accommodate large HD video files. But storing so much data on a single drive, especially a portable drive that can be subject to shock damage or other dangers while traveling, is risky.
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