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SSD runs two encryption engines, targets COTS, embedded markets

Posted: 18 May 2012 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:SSDs? memory? embedded storage?

Dane-Elec has rolled out the mySSD O-Series of solid-state devices for the COTS market. The devices are designed for embedded computing, servers, notebooks and tablets in mission-critical applications such as military, public safety, utility, homeland security, mining applications, and for outdoor environment field services.

The Dane-Elec mySSD O-Series comes in 64GB, 120GB and 240GB capacities. The devices feature

SMART enterprise-level data monitoring to head off potential problems before they occur and advanced-wear leveling to maximize the drive's endurance. They are equipped with two embedded encryption engines: AES-128 in CTR mode and AES-256 in XTS mode.

SMISM2244 controllers provide the devices with high-performance data transfer rate to and from the flash card, data integrity and product reliability, and compatibility performance. The devices offer 1.8-inch SATA II3GBps; up to 50k IOPS;read speed of up to 285MB/s and write speed of up to 275MB/s. They are compatible with Microsoft Windows 7, Vista, and XP; Macintosh OS X; and Linux and are available in commercial and industrial temperature ranges.

The mySSD O-Series is now available through Dane-Elec. As with all mySSD products, it comes with a five-year warranty, extending the standard three-year warranty and matching the industry average for product refresh cycles.

In addition to the O-Series, the new Dane-Elec mySSD product line includes the X-Series for pro users and gamers; the E-Series for the enterprise market; and the C-Series for consumers.





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