IronKey Launches 8GB Version

Posted: May 2 2008, 11:33am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:50am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 

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IronKey has announced that its line of secure enterprise hard drives has had a capacity increase. Previously the IronKey drives were available in 1Gb, 2GB, and 4GB capacities. Now users needing hardware encryption and more storage can get an 8GB version of the IronKey drive.

The 8GB version offers the same Cryptochip built onto the drive and comes with applications like Firefox, IronKey password manager, RSA SecurID and a Secure Session service. Administrators can also turn these applications off if desired. The 8Gb drive retails for $299.

"Our virtual desktop customers have been eagerly awaiting IronKey 8GB drives because they are deploying large Windows desktops which rapidly wear out ordinary flash drives and most importantly need to be secured," said John Jefferies, vice president of product marketing at IronKey. "Running virtual desktops from flash drives demands high performance with superior reliability which is why customers are choosing to deliver mobile desktops and business continuity solutions on IronKey."

Via IronKey

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