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Military Grade SSD Self-Destructs with the Push of a Button - PCSTATS.com Military Grade SSD Self-Destructs with the Push of a Button
Thu, May 26 2011 | 3:17PM | Filed under: Hard Drives| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

Emphase, a trusted provider of Industrial and Military solid state storage for embedded systems, has launched a new series of rugged Military-grade storage with MIL-STD-810F compliance. The new Emphase MIL-SPEC S5 Series SSD is engineered to withstand the severe conditions encountered in the line of duty while delivering comprehensive data protection.
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An SLC flash device available in a 2.5” footprint and SATA (3 Gb/sec.) bus interface, the MIL-SPEC S5 SSD has one clear objective: Secure data. This level of reliability hinges on endurance as well as overall performance. This vault-like device can process data with read speeds up to 170 MB/sec. and write speeds up to 90 MB/sec. write. Mission critical applications have no room for error, which is why the MIL-SPEC S5 SSD is designed to meet the environmental requirements of MIL-STD-810F.

The Emphase MIL-SPEC S5 SSD is loaded with options for handling data in breach of security scenarios including data write-protection, secure and quick erasure, and data destruction. With these defense-grade triggers, data can be eliminated in less than two seconds through an ATA command or with the push of a button. Should the drive lose power during a protect, erase, or destroy command, the device will resume the command as soon as power is restored.

The MIL-SPEC S5 SSD is currently available in 16 GB-128 GB capacities, and with 256 GB and 512 GB models in development, is ready for long-term exposure to extreme levels of humidity, wide temperature ranges, intense shock and vibration, and high altitude. All devices are available with conformal coating, tightly managed BOM, and a 5-year warranty. Emphase is a GSA Schedule 70 Contract Holder and all products are available for acquisition under General Purpose Commercial Information Technology Equipment, Software and Services – SIN 132-8.

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