RunCore, a company which specialises in SSD products for consumers, industrial products, enterprise and defense told us that they will be displaying their latest SSD offerings at CeBIT 2012, the world’s largest IT fair in Hannover, Germany. They will be located in Hall 11, Booth A11-1-5-1 from the 6th to the 10th of March.
One product they will be demonstrating is the RunCore Xapear, which is a split-zone SSD solution where the OS and sharable data can be placed in one zone data and its secure zone can only be accessed with a special RID key, which can also be remotely destroyed by SMS text for added security.
Their consumer products include their affordable but fast reliable RunCore Pro V Max series (120GB review @ The SSD Review) and their RunCore Pro V 2.5″ ultra 7mm SATA III series, featuring read/write performance of 50,000 IOPS and 60,000 IOPS, respectively. These SSDs will come in a choice of capacities ranging from 60GB and 480GB.
They also have an rSSD series for embedded systems, which is an 104-ball FBGA measuring just 14 x 18 x 1.8mm. This series features capacities of 4GB to 32GB SLC and 8GB to 64GB MLC with read/write speeds of 100MB/s and 80MB/s, respectively. Being non-removable, these SSDs are intended for ultra-compact products such as thin-client computers, hardware firewalls, hand-held devices and so on.
For further info on RunCore’s SSD range, see their website.