Thunderbolt 2 is not only capable of carrying a 4K video signal, but it's fast for storage too. Here's Blackmagic's latest effort to bring Thunderbolt 2 goodness to your SSD workflow

The LaCie Thunderbolt Family - review

Published in Technology & Computing

LaCie have been making high quality external drives for many years now and recently they have adopted Thunderbolt connectivity in a big way. I had the opportunity to test some of the Thunderbolt enabled drives and here are the results

Thunderbolt is already fast, but for some it's not fast enough. Now there are strong rumours of the next, faster, version

We've had a few articles recently talking about the power of Thunderbolt and whether it's possible to make an external graphics card work with it

Thunderbolt cables get longer

Published in Technology & Computing

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

CalDigit launch T3 Thunderbolt RAID

Published in Technology & Computing

CalDigit are about to start shipping their new Thunderbolt connected RAID array, the T3, which can be fitted with three Hard drives or SSDs and can reach speeds of up to 850MB/s

CES 2015: G-Technology gets ruggedised

Published in Technology & Computing

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

Displaylink enables 4K video over USB3

Published in Technology & Computing

One of the advantages of Thunderbolt is that it supports the connection of monitors using the Displayport protocol which is part of the Thunderbolt specification. Now Displaylink of Palo Alto, California, have demonstrated connecting 4K monitors to your computer or smartphone using USB3 or even WiFi

How to share share storage with a Thunderbolt connection

Published in Post & VFX

Here's something you shouldn't miss at IBC: How to share a Thunderbolt connection, courtesy of Accusys.

The new, reversible, USB "C" connector opens up the possibility of a single connector for everything

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