RunCore To Showcase New Solid State Drives At CES 2012

CES isn't too far away, and it looks like RunCore will be there showcasing new goods. What's on tap? A few things, actually. The Xapear, Falcon series and Pro V 7mm 2.5" SSD, along with other production representations. RunCore Xapear is the world's first encryption solid-state drive that has the technology of RFID and the function of Mobile Phone Encryption. RFID User access control uses AES128 encryption algorithm to control the access permission, and the private space of the drive can only be recognized and accessed if users were using the authorized RFID tag. Also, users can check the SSD status or activate the self-erase function by using a mobile phone with the binding SIM card through the GSM network. With the world's leading data encryption technology, Xapear is the most preferable solution for the anti-compromised applications of military, government as well as high-end enterprises.

Falcon series and Pro V 7mm 2.5" SSD are the two new products that RunCore is intending to have them launched in the exhibition. Falcon series is another super-performance product that is Marvell-based. Comparing it to Pro V SATA 6Gbps SSDs, it has even higher R/W IOPS, which is able to better satisfy those customers who seeks high-end performance. In addition, for the possibility of a dramatic increase in Ultrabooks in the near future, RunCore has added a new SSD to its Pro V series which will also be displayed, 7mm 2.5" SATA 6Gbps with the R/W performance of 540/500MB.
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