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Full Disk Hardware Encryption Features On Cipher Raid Tower

Addonics : 29 October, 2010  (New Product)
Advanced security for disk-based data with the Cipher Raid Tower from Addonics with AES 256-bit full disk encryption
Addonics Technologies has announced a family of Cipher Raid Towers, an advanced security solution that provides multiple levels of protection for security-sensitive users.

The Cipher RAID Tower, with AES 256-bit full disk hardware encryption, is a perfect solution for applications that require reliable storage with redundancy and advanced data security protection.

The FIPS certified hardware crypto engine integrated inside the Cipher RAID Tower encrypts and decrypts data on the fly without utilizing any system resources and thus ensures the maximum performance of the RAID system.

Built on the Addonics field proven Storage Tower and hardware encryption solutions, the family of Cipher RAID Towers is designed to provide superior performance and full disk hardware encryption at less than half of the price of similar products in the market.

Users can select from two Addonics' RAID encryption architectures - Drive Level Encryption (DLE) and RAID Volume Encryption (RVE). Both DLE and RVE offer strong AES 256-bit encryption but at a different price performance.

The Cipher RAID Tower is simple to use and easy to deploy. There is no software to install or special training required. It operates and performs just the same as an ordinary RAID system.

The Cipher RAID Tower can also connect to the new SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port with an optional USB 3.0 - eSATA adapter.

Prices range from $299 to $629 for the seven models.
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