Phoenix International offers solid-state VME disk for unmanned vehicle applications

ORANGE, Calif., 22 May 2007. The Ultra 320 SCSI solid-state Flash disk from Phoenix International in Orange, Calif., works in challenging environments where high altitude, extreme temperatures, shock, vibration, rapid changes in air pressure (explosive decompression), fast sanitization of classified data, and electro-magnetic radiation are factors with 320-megabyte-per-second speed.

May 22nd, 2007

ORANGE, Calif., 22 May 2007. The Ultra 320 SCSI solid-state Flash disk from Phoenix International in Orange, Calif., works in challenging environments where high altitude, extreme temperatures, shock, vibration, rapid changes in air pressure (explosive decompression), fast sanitization of classified data, and electro-magnetic radiation are factors with 320-megabyte-per-second speed.

The VL1-350-SC-SSD model is backward-compatible with existing systems including SCSI-2 and SCSI-3 interfaces. It eliminates seek time, latency, and other electro-mechanical delays inherent in conventional disk drives. The product also features 320-megabyte-per-second burst read/write rate as well as 50-megabyte-per-second sustained read/writes rates.

The Ultra 320SCSI solid-state disk VME module offers an unformatted storage capacity to 128 gigabytes; conduction and convection cooling; burst read/write transfer rate to 320 megabits per second, sustained to 50 megabits per second; access time of less than 0.02 milliseconds; operating altitude to 80,000 feet; shock, operating, and non operating: half sine, 1500G, 0.5 milliseconds per MIL-STD-810F; vibration, operating and non operating: 16.3 RMS per MIL-STD-810F; operating temperatures to -40 to 85 degrees Celsius; more than 5,000,000 write/erase cycles; fast security erase and sanitize in 10 seconds (typical, capacity dependent); and available conformal coating.

For more information contact Phoenix International online at www.phenxint.com.

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