IoSafe 3.5-inch Hard Drive With Disaster Protection

Posted: Jun 9 2008, 2:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:39am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

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ioSafe announced a new product called the ioSafe 3.5 series. The series are the first internal 2.5-inch hard drives that feature disaster protection. The drives are rated to protect data from fire and full immersion in water and can be deployed like any other 3.5-inch hard drive.

ioSafe says that the drives are engineered to protect data up to 1400 degrees F and for full immersion is fresh or salt water. The product puts a 2.5-inch drive inside a 3.5-inch rugged housing. Capacities for the line range from 80GB to 320GB. All the drives are 5400 RPM units with 8MB buffers. Prices range up to $459.

"The ioSafe 3.5 series represents an entirely new direction for the data storage industry," said Robb Moore, CEO of ioSafe. "What we're offering is versatility, simplicity and peace of mind. Almost any computer or storage device containing vulnerable yet critical data can now have the ease of disk storage combined with our data disaster protection technology and exclusive Disaster Recovery Service. From small home offices to the largest enterprise, anyone struggling with backup, disaster recovery, security and compliance should consider the benefits of ioSafe technology."

Via ioSafe

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