At the start of Spring 2014 we introduced the sleek and sturdy Studio Line. The Studio Line improves upon the success of the GTP050 drives with a new design and Glyph’s reliable internal processing. As top studios testify, we never compromise with the best-in-class technology and an incredible warranty. We continue to make workflows for the audio/visual workforce as clean and effective as possible. Take a look at Brady Betzel’s review in Post Magazine.  
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Rugged Drive Offers Smaller Design, up to 3TB of Capacity, and an Unbeatable Warranty
Tape Op Issue 86  November / December 2011 Read the whole review here
Cortland, NY and Hazlet, NJ - November 11, 2011 - Glyph Production Technologies, a highly respected, professional data storage provider, announced that 1 Source Video will distribute its desktop and portable storage line in North, South and Central America, effective immediately.
Historically, Glyph’s GT 050Q tabletop drive, GT 062E tabletop RAID drive, and Triplicator have been sold and shipped with a protective carrying case included. In an effort to reduce packaging and waste, Glyph will discontinue shipping these three products with a carrying case beginning in November 2011, and the case will reach end of life. GT 050Q will be the first to ship without a carrying case in early November.
The recent flooding in Thailand is hitting the hard drive manufacturing industry extremely hard. The disaster has shut down 14,000 factories, flooded hundreds of thousands of homes and put more than 660,000 out of work. Thailand accounts for about 25 percent of worldwide HDD production, according to iSuppli.
Cortland, NY - September 2, 2011 - Glyph Production Technologies, a highly respected, professional data storage provider, announced today that Matrox has finished testing the GT 062E and has qualified it to support the performance necessary for uncompressed 10-bit editing.
Cortland, NY - August 17, 2011 - Glyph Production Technologies, a highly respected, professional data storage provider, announced today that Chris Egan has joined the company as its Vice-President of Sales, responsible for all domestic and international sales efforts.
Electronic Musician, April 2011 By Barry Rudolph Read the whole review here Barry Rudolph has many Glyph drives and has reviewed several over the years. This time he gets his hands on our PortaGig 62 portable RAID, and writes about it for Electronic Musician magazine.
ProAudioReview  May, 2011read the entire review here By Russ Long Though choices abound in the marketplace, PAR’s Senior Contributor swears by Glyph’s PortaGig 62, a drive “as close to perfection as possible.”
Cortland, NY – March 14, 2011 — Glyph has updated the Triplicator with a requested feature: the ability to “remount” a previous Triplicator drive set. Glyph began shipping remount-capable Triplicators to dealers March 10th, and they are available for $399 MAP.
The Samplelogic Morphestra sound library won a coveted 2011 Editors’ Choice Award from EM Magazine. “Whatever the sound category, from sublime to satanic, the sounds retain an organic feel that blends well with more traditional material”, EM reported. The Morphestra library ships on a PortaGig 50 hard drive, eliminating the need to move large amounts of content from multiple DVDs to a hard drive, and allowing you to get right to the music.
Musician’s Friend recently reviewed two of Glyph’s most popular products. Craig Anderton, Editor in Chief of Harmony Central, had this to say about the GT 050Q and PortaGig 50, “Sure, bargain drives are pretty reliable these days, and they’re suitable for non-critical applications. But I speak from experience when I say there’s an element of “hard drive roulette”; some last a long time, some fail within months or even weeks, and some deteriorate noticeably over time (i.e., missing data blocks).
The Glyph Triplicator, an appliance for making multiple simultaneous data sets, is featured in Music Connection Magazine. Here’s the writeup by Barry Rudolph, New Toys Editor for Music Connection.
Our GT 050Q was reviewed by Steve Silverstein in Tape Op issue No. 72 (July / Aug 2009). Here’s what Steve had to say:
PortaGig 62 on display at the AES Show, San Francisco, November 5th – 7th at booth 617 and 1327
Mass Production units shipping in November. Triplicator on display at the AES Show, San Francisco, November 5th – 7th at booth 617 and 1327
Lorenz Rychner from Recording Magazine recently had a chance to work with the GT 062E, “I didn’t come close to maxxing out the capabilities of the GT 062E at my place. It is good to know that it was built to handle many more tracks and realtime demands than I can throw at it. Glyph keeps testing its products with a variety of DAWs, so if you tell them exactly what your demands are, they will know what you are talking about.
GPT Releases first product: Triplicator; Appliance for making simultaneous data sets. Press Information – For Immediate Release IBC Show, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Sept 9th 2010 – Glyph Technologies, long known for its professional quality storage devices, is refining its image, refreshing its products and refocusing its strengths. The new inclusion of “Production” in the Company name and logo, gives recognition to the much broader appeal of Glyph Production Technologies’ or GPT’s products.
Glyph GT 062E drive performs with maximum reliability in tests with BLACKBOX RECORDER
Barry Rudolph, who writes for Music Connection and Mix Magazine, recently added two GT 062E drives to his arsenal of Glyph storage. “The GT 062E has two hard drives running inside but you wouldn’t know it by its quiet operation. My two new GT 062E drives now makes four Glyph drive units in my Pro Tools HD Accel rig.
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