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Replacing Nortel DMS 10 & DMS 100 SCSI Drives

Reading, UK – 24th June 2015. Solid State Disks Ltd (SSDL) win SCSI CF Solid State upgrade contract with major European Telecom OEM to upgrade the SCSI drives on their Nortel DMS 10 & DMS 100 system. The Solid State Disk Drive has passed Nortel DMS10/DMS100 test beds and live network testing and is currently being deployed in a major European operator network.

The Moving Head Hard Disk drives (MHD/ HDD) and Magneto Optic (removable MO) – is a drop in replacement using the SCSIFlash Solid State Disk Drive.

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SanDisk Introduces Automotive Grade Flash Storage Solutions for Infotainment Systems and the Fast-Growing ‘Connected Car’ Market

MILPITAS, Calif., June 18, 2015 – SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ: SNDK), a global leader in flash storage solutions, today introduced a new suite of robust, automotive grade NAND flash solutions designed for next-generation ‘connected cars’ and automotive infotainment systems.

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SSD adds Ethernet back-up and restore capability to its SCSI-Flash replacement drives for SCSI-based storage systems on legacy computer equipment

Reading, UK– 24th March 2015. Solid State Disks Ltd, the computer storage systems design, development and integration specialist, has announced a new, Ethernet-based back-up and restore capability for its family of Compact Flash (CF) SCSI-Flash solid-state drives, providing further storage future-proofing for critical legacy computer applications that otherwise have plenty of life left in them.

The SCSI-Flash CF drive is targeted at a range of computer-based legacy applications where critical SCSI-based storage drives are becoming more and more difficult to repair or replace as they increasingly age and fail. As a direct, drop-in replacement, SCSI-Flash provides an up-to-date, high-reliability, solid-state and low-cost solution to the problem. SCSI-Flash targets a broad spectrum of industries and markets including telecommunications, semiconductor manufacturing, industrial process control, engineering and manufacturing, oil and gas, power generation, mil/aero, flight simulation and post-production applications.

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Solid State Disks Ltd (SSDL) win SCSI CF Solid State upgrade contract with major Finnish Telecom OEM’s Siemens EWSD system

Reading, UK – 16th November 2014. Solid State Disks Ltd (SSDL) win SCSI CF Solid State upgrade contract with major Finnish Telecom OEM to upgrade the SCSI drives on their Siemens EWSD system. The CF Solid State Disk Drive has passed EWSD test beds and live network testing and is currently deployed in major Finnish operator network.

The MD0 & MD1 EWSD Duplex disks – can be replaced with the CF Solid State Disk Drive. Also in the EWSD Version 9.0 the HP2940A disks can be replaced, by the solid state versions.

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APRO Announcing Industrial DRAM Modules

APRO Co., Ltd, as a leading flash storage manufacturer, we have strived to provide satisfaction and meet every aspect for our customers. After a long period of product development and customer’s continuous request, APRO is now launching Industrial DRAM Modules into our product lines.

Apart from the complete product line of SDRAM, DDR I, DDR II and DDR III, APRO is also introducing “Industrial Grade” DRAM products that can support -40℃~+85℃. In addition, APRO is able to support customized request such as Low-Profile form factor to adapt various applications. APRO’s DRAM Modules are made specifically for industrial and military markets; it is applicable for harsh environments and mission-critical applications.

APRO’s Industrial DRAM Modules are applied with 100% industrial grade components and 30u” gold fingers which can ensure high quality signal transfers under -40℃~+85℃. It is also suitable for any portable devices such as tablets, rugged notebooks, handheld devices and many more.

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