Thunderbolt (codenamed Light Peak)[1] is an interface for connecting peripheral devices to a computer via an expansion bus.

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Mac Mini Server with Thunderbolt Drive as file share

I am looking at expanding my Mac Mini Server with a LaCie 10TB 5big Thunderbolt Series Hard Drive, I have received mixed messages about whether it is possible to use a Thunderbolt drive to setup ...
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Portable SAS Drive (USB/Thunderbolt Interfacing)? [closed]

I have a few spare 2.5" HP SAS SSDs sitting around and collecting dust for about 2-3 years now. They were used for about 1 day in another project that ended rather abruptly. I now have a need to ...
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internal RAID (on PCIe 3.0) versus external Thunderbolt RAID like Pegasus R6

I want to build up a new server-config in a small SOHO environment for some virtual machines (VmWare Workstation), like Firewall/VPN or Win8-WS for external access, etc. Some VM’s will be heavily ...
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Are there Thunderbolt drive enclosures? [closed]

The only Thunderbolt hard-drive adapter that I've found so far is part of the Seagate GoFlex system. I am surprised no one seems to offer drive enclosures with Thunderbolt yet. At issue here is fast ...
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What is the maximum theoretical throughput of a Thunderbolt + Mac Mini fileserver

Bounty 100 rep coming: I know I'm asking a lot here and I'd like a detailed/quality answer so, as soon as I am able, I'll be adding a 100 rep bounty to this question. I'm trying to illustrate the ...