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BiTMICRO module with Ultra320 SCSI-based flash solid state disk

Posted: 07 Dec 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:bitmicro networks? e-disk? vme scsi? plug-in module? 3s320?

BiTMICRO Networks recently announced a new line of E-Disk VME SCSI Wide flash solid state drive plug-in modules featuring the E-Disk 3S320, said to the world's first ultra320 SCSI-based flash solid state disk.

The E-Disk VME U320 SCSI Wide flash disk drives are now available in both conduction- and convection-cooled versions. Designed as a 6U double slot plug-in module, the current convection-cooled E-Disk VME module can hold storage capacities ranging from 1,024MB to 53.2GB. Meanwhile, the conduction-cooled E-Disk VME U320 SCSI plug-in flash disk module comes in a single disk configuration that can occupy up to three slots for a maximum capacity of 155.36GB.

The OS-independent, pure solid state/non-volatile 3S320 flash disk features up to 42?s access time and a maximum I/O of 12,500/sec. Sustained R/W rate is 68MBps (max) and burst R/W rate is 320MBps (max). It can handle operating shock of up to 1500Gs and extreme temperatures from -40C to 85C. Product design targets an MTBF of 1 million hours.

The E-Disk VME U320 SCSI Wide series of plug-in flash disk drive modules are completely bootable, do not require any special device drivers, and are fully-compliant with the remanence security requirements of the U.S. Department of Defense, Navy, Army and Air Force with its securErase and PowerGuard technologies.

BiTMICRO President Rudy Bruce said, "Our E-Disk VME SCSI solution ramps up VME technology to the next level by delivering ultra-fast, enterprise-level storage transfer speeds in a ruggedized form factor."




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