As industries transition from SATA to PCIe, RUGGED T5EN drives are an ideal choice. The U.2 and M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Gen3 x4 solid state drives (SSDs) deliver high performance, high capacity storage solutions. Optimized for defense, aerospace and other applications requiring durable, rugged and secure storage, the T5EN is powered by a flexible, custom Flash controller. T5EN SSDs provide sustained read/write performance to meet the needs of high throughput applications such as flight data recorders and sensor data capture.
AES 256 Encryption for Data Security
The T5EN PCIe NVMe SSDs come with AES 256 encryption for data security and data sanitization. AES is a hardware-based encryption method for converting data from an unencrypted into an encrypted format. 256 bits encryption key length makes it virtually impossible to decrypt the data without the original key.
TCG Opal 2.0 for Solid Data Protection
TCG Opal defines security specifications for storage drives, while the most common approach to data encryption is AES encryption technology. With the integration of AES encryption, Self-Encrypting Drives (SED) compliant with TCG OPAL 2.0 featuring pre-boot authentication and LBA-specific permission effectively prevent data from being stolen or tampered with by a hardware-based encryption method.
I-Temp Support Ensures Reliability under Extreme Conditions
In addition to physical ruggedized casing and components customized to operate in the harshest environments, SMART RUGGED T5EN SSDs have also gone through 100% 8-hour burn-in test to ensure reliable and consistent performance under extreme temperatures and operating conditions.
SafeDATA™ Power Loss Data Protection Technology
SMART’s T5EN U.2 PCIe NVMe SSDs are equipped with SafeDATA™ technology, which adds another layer of protection for data. SafeDATA technology is a robust system of hardware and firmware that have SMART SSDs operate safely during any events of unexpected power loss. It guarantees the end-to-end data integrity and prevents drive corruption due to the loss of critical data during the expected shut down.