In today’s cars and trucks, “storage space” usually is real estate in the glove box, a center console or the trunk. With the introduction of Chrysler Group’s MyGIG infotainment system and its integrated hard disk drive (HDD), storage has taken on a whole new meaning, cited in gigabytes (GB) rather than cubic feet. While the growth in media storage segment is moving at an unprecedented rate, automakers and electronics suppliers are grappling with the myriad technologies, standards and ...

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