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G-Tech Doubles Capacity Across 3.5-Inch Drives

The new capacity could mean the difference between storing approximately 84 hours of 1080i HDV (on a 1 TB drive) and 168 hours (on a 2 TB drive).
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G-Technology is incorporating Hitachi’s 2 TB, 7,200 RPM, 32 MB cache buffer hard drives across its entire 3.5-inch product line. The new capacity could mean the difference between storing approximately 84 hours of 1080i HDV (on a 1 TB drive) and 168 hours (on a 2 TB drive).

G-Tech uses eSATA, FireWire 800, FireWire 400, USB 2.0, mini SAS and Fibre Channel.

“For an HD stock footage company like mine, I need reliable, high-capacity, high-performance storage devices for editing, formatting and transporting content through the workflow process and ultimately to the client,” said Clark Dunbar, founder of Mammoth HD.

“From the outstanding G-Drive minis used in our field production, to the G-Speed eS for screaming-fast, direct-connect video editing, to the mother ship G-Speed FC XL, we count on the security and performance of the incomparable Hitachi drives inside,” said Todd Sali, founder of thesandbox, a solar-powered production and post boutique studio.

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Hitachi Global Storage Technologies www.hitachigst.com

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