Early this week we had a story about Matrox's DS1 Thunderbolt docking station. We said that the DS1 would go on the end of a Thunderbolt chain, with other devices in between the DS1 and the computer

Debuting early in 2011, the dual protocol Thunderbolt standard promised dramatically improved transfer performance between peripheral devices and even the ability to daisy chain up to six devices form one port. So why, two years later, is it still considered a marginal technology? Andy Stout reports

With so many fast types of computer I/O now available (Thunderbolt, USB3, ESATA etc) Phil Rhodes explains everything you need to know about connecting storage to your computer

LaCie were one of the first storage manufacturers to embrace Thunderbolt connections and now they are launching their first drive with Thunderbolt 2 connectivity; the Little Big Disk Thunderbolt 2

Thunderbolt is one of the most powerful technologies to arrive in the last few years. Matrox tames that massive raw data throughput with a multi-faceted docking station to simplify the lives of MacBook owners

CES 2015: G-Technology gets ruggedised

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G-Technology, makers of external hard drives and chassis, has just launched a new ruggedised version of its EV drives at CES 2015

Intel demonstrates 100Gbps connection

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In a presentation at the Intel Developers Forum in Beijing, Intels CTO Justin Rattner demonstrated a 100Gbps connection based on their Silicon Photonics technology 

Thunderbolt cables get longer

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Thunderbolt cables are no longer limited to lengths of only 2 metres, making it easier to configure your editing equipment and storage

We're only speculating, but we think we know what the Mac Pro will be like

WD always seems to be one of the first to bring out ultra portable drives with decent capacity and new connectivity. Their Passport Pro drives are nicely designed and rugged enough for lugging around between gigs

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