Rugged, secure solid-state disk XMC memory board for military applications introduced by X-ES

MIDDLETON, Wis., 20 Feb. 2011. Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc. (X-ES) in Middleton, Wis., is introducing the XPort6103 solid-state disk XMC memory board for rugged, deployed, military applications with secure storage requirements. The conduction- or air-cooled device provides as much as 512 gigabytes of data storage capacity with data encryption, and has the ability to meet MIL-STD-810F in demanding environments that include harsh temperatures and rigorous shock and vibration conditions.

Feb 20th, 2011
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MIDDLETON, Wis., 20 Feb. 2011. Extreme Engineering Solutions Inc. (X-ES) in Middleton, Wis., is introducing the XPort6103 solid-state disk XMC memory board for rugged, deployed, military applications with secure storage requirements. The conduction- or air-cooled device provides as much as 512 gigabytes of data storage capacity with data encryption, and has the ability to meet MIL-STD-810F in demanding environments that include harsh temperatures and rigorous shock and vibration conditions.The XPort6103 is available with optional 256-bit AES encryption chip that is NIST- and CSE-certified. The XPort6103 supports enhanced erases to meet DOD NISPOM 5220.22 and NSA/CSS 9-12 specifications.Features include XMC PCI Express x1 interface; XMC SATA interface (optional); as much as 512 gigabytes capacity appearing as two 256-gigabyte drives; 256-bit AES encryption (optional); declassification via hardware or software control; ATA secure erase support; 100,000 program/erase cycles; and operating temperature range of -40 to 85 degrees Celsius.

The XPort6103 provides as much as 200 megabytes per second sustained sequential read performance and 120 megabytes per second sustained sequential write performance. For more information contact X-ES online at www.xes-inc.com.

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