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NAB Top 10: Big Ideas in Production and Post

As always, picking the top products at an NAB show is a tricky task. Yes, some technology is an obvious game-changer right out of the gate, while other innovations either founder on their way out of the factory or stumble … more »

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LaCie’s Thunderbolt 2-Enabled 8big Rack Crams 48 TB into 1RU

LaCie is adopting Thunderbolt 2 in a big way this year, with the pre-NAB introduction of three new storage products using 6 TB Seagate hard drives — including the new rack-mounted 8big Rack Thunderbolt 2 system, which the company said … more »

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Ooh La La: LaCie’s New HDD Is in a Silver-Plated Sphere

LaCie is following up last year's 4 TB Blade Runner drive, designed by Philippe Starck, with the new Christofle Sphère, a USB 3.0-powered drive in a spherical steel enclosure that's silver-plated and polished by hand at the Christofle silversmith workshop … more »

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LaCie’s Blade Runner is a Hard Disk Like No Other

Sometimes, style matters. If you're interested in having four very unusual terabytes sitting on your desktop, check out the new LaCie Blade Runner drive, designed by Philippe Starck. The custom-biult 4 TB USB 3.0 drives are being produced in a … more »

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LaCie Boosts Speed on Thunderbolt SSDs

LaCie bumped up the speed of its portable Thunderbolt-connected drives today with the announcement that the Little Big Disk Thunderbolt Series now contains a pair of SATA III SSDs that can reach 635 MB/second. Thunderbolt has a theoretical speed limit … more »

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Seagate to Buy LaCie for At Least $186 Million

Seagate plans to buy LaCie, whose products include Thunderbolt-enabled external hard disks and RAIDs aimed at content creators, in a deal worth at least $186 million, the companies said today.Seagate has made an offer to buy out LaCie Chairman and … more »

LaCie Runs Mobile Storage at 835 MB/sec (Not a Typo!) over Thunderbolt

LaCie is giving video editors a little something to look forward to. At Computex 2011, which starts today in Taipei, Taiwan, the company is demonstrating a simple mobile workstation configuration that it says uses four of its Thunderbolt-enabled Little Big … more »