Mil standards + some very nice corporate/sensitive data features. I like it quite a bit, I am sure the price certainly will not be cheap.
Kind of not exciting as it is a SATA 2 device which basically makes it pointless for the market to me especially on a corporate usage pattern where an SATA3 drive would perform better which would be the main reason of upgrading or adding SSD's to a corporate raid/server stack etc.
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