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RunCore at the China International Defence Electronics Exhibition

Posted May 11, 2012 by Kevin in Industry

Beijing, China, May 2012 – RunCore, leading developer and brand manufacturer of high-end Solid State Drives (SSDs) and storage solutions, is showing a strong presence at the China International Defence Electronics Exhibition 2012 (CIDEX) at booth F02, Hall 11 from May 9 through May 11,2012. CIDEX is the major gathering for the worldwide Industry players of the most comprehensive defence electronics. Over the years it has become the most professional and authoritative defense electronics exhibition in China, the Asia region and even the world. RunCore will be focusing on the newly launched SSD innovations that provide highest reliability with best data security/lifetime, products on display including rSSD Mini DOM SSD, their InVincible V 2.5″ SSD, the Xapear II, as well as their anti-compromised U Drive.

The RunCore Mini DOM SSD is a SATA DOM SSD solution with a surprisingly tiny size. Utilizing the SATA II interface, the RunCore Mini DOM offers even higher performance and reliability than conventional IDE/ATA models available on the market. The product offers an optional function of Intelligent Destruction to ensure users’ data security, which is for cases of emergency, data stored in the SSD could be fully deleted by triggering the intelligent destruction button in a short period of time.

The RunCore InVincible SSDs allow for data protection from third party access in two ways with a single click. One method is the intelligent elimination of all your data by overwriting the entire disk. A more advanced and effective method is the physical destruction of your SSD by applying an over-current to the NAND flash memory and thereby rendering these unusable. The RunCore InVincible product series is catering to embedded computer systems requiring high-speed serial switched fabric interconnects for rugged design implementation and more flexible power ranges.

RunCore’s Xapear is a smart USB 2.0 connected SSD solution with RFID protection, allowing you to split your data into a freely accessible partition, and a hidden partition that only becomes accessible by applying a special RFID key to your SSD. Furthermore, the Xapear offers remote data destruction by simply sending an SMS over your GSM from your mobile device to the integrated GSM receiver, which then will immediately start overwriting all your data and thereby deleting all previous content. After successful data elimination the SSD’s GSM will send a confirmation SMS to your mobile.

The RunCore anti-compromised U Drive is one of the new products that RunCore is showcasing during the event. The product adopts a plug & play USB 2.0 interface, which provides double-protection to ensure data security. The access to the drive when inserted can be restricted by setting a 6-15 digits code via the independent numeric keypad on the drive. The product also features data encryption for data stored in the drive. The maximum capacity can be expanded to 32GB, widely applicable for high confidentiality usages in the military or business.

With these anti-compromised devices being showcased at CIDEX, RunCore has attracted a lot of attention from military enterprises and industry media including some representatives of foreign embassies. During the first day of the show, RunCore also invited editors and reporters from well-known industry media in a meeting, such as mod.gov.cn – the website of China’s Ministry of National Defense, and Waster. Jack Wu, the CEO of RunCore joined the meeting and shared his thoughts on how to achieve RunCore’s strategic vision and to provide effective protection solutions of information security for the defense electronics industry.

For more information please send your enquiries via email to sales@runcore.com or visit http://www.runcore.com/en


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