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Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Western Digital Delivers New G-Technology G-SPEED Shuttle Solutions to content Creators


Western Digital today introduced two new transportable solutions in its G-Technology G-SPEED Shuttle product family.

The new solutions are designed to meet the demands of professional content creators who need fast transfer speed and a high-capacity storage solution that can easily be moved from the studio.

With the new G-SPEED Shuttle solution with dual Thunderbolt 3, a professional can transfer one hour of 4K footage at 30 frames per second (fps) in just minutes at up to 1,000 MB/s.

The G-SPEED Shuttle solution with dual Thunderbolt 3 ports offers content creators up to 48TB and hardware RAID 0, 1, 5, and 10 in a 4-bay transportable design. It offers transfer rates up to 1000MB/s and removable 7200RPM enterprise class drives. The new device is available in the U.S. now in 16TB ($1,799.95), 24TB ($2,299.95), 32TB ($2,799.95) and 48TB ($3,799.95).

The second device announced today is the G-SPEED Shuttle with ev Series Bay Adapters. While similar in features with the G-SPEED Shuttle with Thunderbolt 3, this model's integrated ev Series bay adapters improve workflow options by enabling cross-functionality with all ev Series drives and readers. Users can experience transfer rates up to 500MB/s and up to 24TB. The G-SPEED Shuttle solution with ev Series bay adapters is available in the U.S. now in 20TB ($1,999.95) and 24TB ($2,299.95).

The above G-Technology solutions use the HGST-branded Ultrastar enterprise-class drives and are backed by a 5-year limited warranty. G-Technology brand storage solutions come pre-formatted for Mac computers and can be reformatted for Windows computers with the G-Technology Windows Format Wizard.


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