Gravity CS

Gravity by Tuxera

The most trusted file system solutions for USB storage and SD card support

GravityCS by Tuxera™ is our commercial-grade suite of file system software that makes it possible for you to connect any external storage media – like USB sticks and SD memory cards – to any device. Our file system implementations are built on tried and true technologies like NTFS®, FAT™, exFAT®, APFS, and HFS+ – but we’ve added patented optimizations to make data transfers faster, storage access more responsive, and provide fail-safe measures to keep data intact and secure.

With GravityCS by Tuxera, we’ll build the right solution package from the following embedded file systems, based on your project requirements.

Fail-safe, fast exFAT driver implentation for large files over 4 GB

High-performance FAT file system solution with patented fail-safe features.

High throughput, feature-rich Windows NTFS file system support

Premium read-write HFS+ driver file system support for Apple device

Fast embedded APFS read driver for files stored on modern Apple devices.

GravityCS by TuxeraStorage software advantages

Multi-media, multi-platform support

Just plug in any external storage media, and it works seamlessly. Our storage software supports USB, SD™, SDHC™, SDXC™, e∙MMC, HDD, and SSD storage media. Plus, it’s compatible with all the major operating systems — Android™, Linux®, Chrome OS™, QNX®, Nucleus®, Windows® Embedded, and more.

Extensive file system tools

We have the best file system tools on the market to help you get the most from your storage over the entire product lifetime. Our package includes tools for formatting, check and repair, debugging, our proprietary benchmark utility, plus a benchmarking guide and documentation for all the tools.

Patented, fail-safe file systems

No lost data. Our storage software safely stores data in the event of power failure or unexpected power loss. GravityCS by Tuxera solutions also come with volume check and repair tools to ensure the system heals itself in case of faults. That’s a critical fail-safety measure missing from other industry-standard file system alternatives.

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