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TCS Galatea Ultra-Rugged 100GB SLC SSD Review

This report covers the TeleCommunication Systems (TCS) Galatea line of ultra-rugged SLC SSDs. Adhering to the MIL-STD-810 military specifications governing a multitude of ultra-ruggedized requirements, this SSD is designed for ultimate reliability in the harshest of environments. Designed and tested with the most hostile environments imaginable in mind, these SSDs are surely amongst the toughest storage mediums available. INTRODUCTION This …

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ATP Releases Velocity SI Pro SSD As SLC Comes Into Season – 240GB Specs Detail Lifespan of 8000TBW

ATP Electronics, well known for their high performance memory products, has released their new Velocity SI Pro industrial grade SSD. The newly released LSI Sandforce based drives will offer up to 500MB/s read and write speeds, not to mention 60,000 4k random read IOPS. The SI Pro will utilize SLC flash and has gone through extra validation for things like shock …

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Victorinox Announces 1TB Swiss Army SSD – CES 2012 Update

Victorinox, well known for their Swiss Army Knives and high quality cutlery, has managed to integrate a desktop class SSD into, you guessed it, a Swiss Army Knife! Dubbed the Victorinox SSD, the new device will be available in capacities of 64GB, 128GB, 256GB and, get this, 1 TB! The unique device will offer both eSATA 2/3 and USB 2/3 …

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Samsung 470 Series SSD Awarded NIST Security Certification – Possibly A Consumer SSD First!

Samsung’s PM810 SSDs, better known to most people as the 470 series, have received a prominent security certification: The National Institute of Standards and Technologies’ FIPS 140-2. This certification is important for military, government and certain business applications that require heightened security. One of the main features that the certification covers is the drives’ built in 256 bit AES encryption engine, which provides …

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