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  • LaCie Runs Mobile Storage at 835 MB/sec

    LaCie Runs Mobile Storage at 835 MB/sec

    June 2, 2011, 8:48 am
    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 Disks to move data at speeds of up to 835 MB/sec. LaCie claims this is a new speed record for mobile storage. (It doesn't, however, max out the Thunderbolt interface, which is spec'd at 10 Gb/sec.)

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