RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. – General Micro Systems Inc. in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., is introducing the X9 Spider data storage system for sensor data recording, artificial intelligence (AI), and network-attached storage applications.
The rugged military-focused X9 Spider storage system includes a 4- or 8-drive removable cartridge supporting secure industry-standard 2.5-inch or M.2 solid state storage.
The small-form-factor system offers 128 terabytes of removable data storage, CSfC or FIPS-140-2 secure encrypted solid-state drives, and as fast as 80 gigabytes per second of data I/O streaming.
The X9 Spider storage uses high-cycle high-reliability connectors for the canister and a miniature small-form-factor system size to move data between locations.
The X9 Spider storage offers high-performance rugged storage; measures 6 by 4.75 by 2 inches; weighs 2 pounds; provides as much as 100 Watts of downstream power; high reliability removable canister cartridge with 5K mating cycles; support for quad NVMe (x4 PCIe) or SATA drives; dual Thunderbolt 4 In/Out ports; sealed, rugged storage canister and locking lever with tamper proof security; and QuadroLock active wedge lock technology.
For more information contact General Micro Systems online at www.gms4sbc.com.