G-Technology Studio Opens Doors

The Hollywood space showcases the company's storage solutions, positioning them as integral workflow tools.

G-Technology, a Western Digital company, has opened a studio for creative professionals in its Hollywood office. 

Located in Suite 550 at 6555 Barton Ave., the G-Technology Studio demonstrates how the company’s storage solutions can be an integral workflow tool with a diverse array of products, platforms and general production workflow systems. 

More than 20 companies — including Arri, Avid, Abelton, AMD, Argosy, Atomos, Atto, Canon, Blackmagic Designs, Eizo, Focusrite, Hedge, HP, Inovativ, Monoprice, Red, Sennheiser, Sigma, Sonnet, Sound United, Teradek, Whisperroom, Zeiss and Sony — have made hardware and software contributions to the studio.

The space features multiple workstations, a full suite of multimedia production hardware and software, and a 4K Dolby postproduction theater. Each workstation is connected via 10 GbE to a central G-Rack NAS and features different G-Technology and SanDisk products specific to the workflows the station is designed to support. 

The G-Technology Studio can be used for one-on-one customer meetings, hosted group workshops and networking events.

For more information, visit the G-Technology website and follow the company on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. They will be exhibiting at the upcoming NAB Show with Western Digital in the South Lower Hall at Booth SL4616.

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