Rugged eight-terabyte portable data recorder for mobile space-constrained applications introduced by Conduant

LONGMONT, Colo., 3 March 2011. Conduant Corp. in Longmont, Colo., is introducing the Big River LTX3 portable recorder powered by Amazon Express for mobile, portable, or space-constrained applications. The data recorder supplies as much as 800 megabytes per second of sustained PCI Express recording and playback.

Mar 3rd, 2011
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LONGMONT, Colo., 3 March 2011. Conduant Corp. in Longmont, Colo., is introducing the Big River LTX3 portable data recorder powered by Amazon Express for mobile, portable, or space-constrained applications. The rugged data storage device supplies as much as 800 megabytes per second of sustained PCI Express recording and playback.The Big River LTX3 portable recorder can operate independently from a host computer with command and control over an Ethernet network connection. Control can also be automated from a software application using Conduant's StreamStor software API from a network connected computer.An eight-lane cabled PCI Express interface to a host computer for control or data access. Scalable with storage capacities of as much as 8 terabytes, the LTX3 1U chassis measures 17 by 20 by 1.75 inches. When configured with solid state drives, the recorder resists the effects of shock and vibration.

Based on the StreamStor Amazon Express architecture, the LTX3 supports many of the same external interface mezzanine cards provided by the Amazon Express platform. This includes serial protocols such as Serial FPDP, SerialLite II and 10 Gigabit Ethernet using optical or copper interconnect. LVDS raw data is also accommodated through a parallel interface.

For more information contact Conduant online at www.conduant.com.

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