SanDisk Unveils Self Encrypting X300s Solid State Drive Series
SanDisk's first attempt at offering a self encrypting SSD
If you take a look at SanDisk's product portfolio, you'll find a range of memory and storage devices, including various solid state drives. However, one thing you wouldn't have found prior to today is a self-encrypting SSD line. With the introduction of the SanDisk X300s, the company now has one to offer corporate environments in need of secure storage -- healthcare and financial services are two industries that come to mind.
SanDisk's X300s family leverages TCG Opal 2.0 and Microsoft Encrypted Hard Drive hardware-based encryption, coupled with a new
SanDisk Announces, X110, U110 and i110 SSDs
SanDisk is announcing the release of the SanDisk X110, U110 and i110 SSDs which are designed for OEMs and extend SanDisk's line-up by offering drives that match a range of applications. The new X110 SSD is designed for high-performance OEM computing who require high IOPS. The U110 and i110 SSDs are matched for OEMs to implement in notebooks and other mobile solutions. All of the SSDs are built on 19nm NAND for reliability, responsiveness and energy-efficiency. Capacities of 120GB, 240GB and 480GB and offers 80 terabytes written (TBW) over the drive warranty.
Reactive Group passes our 18th year of NQA ISO 9001: 2008
Reactive Group are please to announce that for the 18th year in a row we have successfully passed our NQA ISO 9001: 2008 audit! Customers & suppliers can have confidence in SSD as a quality driven organisation
ISO 9001:2008 is underpinned by eight management principles:
- a customer focused organisation
- the involvement of people
- ensuring a process approach
- a systematic approach to management
- a factual approach to decision making
- mutually beneficial supplier relations
- continuous improvement
CF2SCSI SCSIFLASH Bridge provides drop-in, solid state replacement for ageing and failing SCSI drives in legacy telecommunications equipment
Solid State Disks Ltd, the advanced storage systems design, development and integration specialist, has launched the SCSIFLASH CF2SCSI SCSI Bridge drive ( SCSI to CF) which solves the growing and increasingly expensive problem of repairing or replacing ageing and failing SCSI-based hard disk (HDD), magneto optical (MO), tape and floppy (FDD) drives on legacy telecommunications equipment.