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Solid-state disk module touts data encryption, ruggedness

Posted: 23 Feb 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc. (X-ES) launches the Xport6103 solid state disk (SSD) XMC module. The conduction- or air-cooled module provides up to 512GB, or a half terabyte, of storage capacity with data encryption. It operates in MIL-STD-810F environments that include temperatures from -40C to 85C operating temperature range, and rigorous shock and vibration conditions, making it suitable for rugged, deployed, military applications with secure storage requirements.

The module is available with the option to provide 256bit AES encryption, up to a capacity of 256GB. The encryption chip used on XPort6103 is NIST- and CSE-certified. The XPort6103 supports enhanced erases, meeting both the DOD NISPOM 5220.22 and NSA/CSS 9-12 specifications.

The XPort6103 features include an XMC PCIe x1 interface; optional XMC SATA interface; up to 512GB capacity which appears as two 256GB drives; optional 256bit AES encryption; declassification via hardware or software control; ATA Secure Erase support; and 100,000 program/erase cycles.

The XPort6103 provides up to 200MB/s sustained sequential read performance and 120MB/s sustained sequential write performance.

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