2/21/2006 - BiTMICRO Networks, Inc., maker of intelligent flash IDE/ATA, SCSI, and Fibre Channel solid-state disk storage solutions, announced at the West 2006 show in San Diego, California the completion of product certification of NextCom LLC's next-generation mobile servers and workstations with BiTMICRO's E-Disk® flash solid-state disks (SSDs). NextCom provides next-generation mobile servers and workstations for power users. Its products are manufactured for advanced computing professionals working in intense and hostile conditions that require extreme processing capabilities. NextCom devices are routinely deployed in industries such as military, aerospace, test and measurement, gaming, development, graphics development, telecommunications, embedded computing, and emergency first response.
BiTMICRO Networks has made a mark in the military/industrial storage markets with its line of E-Disk® Fibre Channel, IDE/ATA, VME and SCSI Wide and Narrow flash disks featuring random I/O rates of up to 11,700 IOPS and duplex burst read/write rates of up to 400 MB/sec. The E-Disk® flash solid state disk's rugged design blends perfectly well with NextCom's highly specialized requirements. Moreover, the wide array of interfaces and form factors available enables easy integration with NextCom's mobile small-footprint servers, workstations, and notebooks.
"NextCom's certification confirms the unmistakable performance and interoperability of our solid state E-Disk®s. Aside from the mark of excellence, certified interoperability is one thing we always aim for as it assures end users of the highest quality standards that NextCom and BiTMICRO deliver," said Rudy Bruce, VP of Marketing and Sales of BiTMICRO Networks.
Laura Cooper, NextCom's Director of Marketing said, "It is always an advantage when two industry leaders partner to deliver top-of-the-line equipment. Our complementary capabilities boost performance and overall reliability, and end users ultimately benefit as no less than a high-breed device comes within easy reach." Visit BiTMICRO Networks at Booth 224 of West 2006. Co-sponsored by AFCEA International and the U.S. Naval Institute, the event runs from January 10 - 12, 2006 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. West 2006 is the largest event on the West Coast for communications, electronics, intelligence, information systems, imaging, military weapon systems, aviation, and shipbuilding.
For pricing and more E-Disk® flash drive solid state disk storage technology information, contact BiTMICRO at 45550 Northport Loop East, Fremont, CA 94538 USA. Sales Telephone: +1 510-74E-DISK / +1 510-743-3475, Fax: +1 510-743-3155. E-mail: email@example.com.
NextCom's mission is to be the leading manufacturer and provider of extreme performance, mobile and small footprint computing products and solutions for power users. NextCom serves a broad range of industries including government, homeland security, military-aerospace, EDA, test and measurement, software development and training, Geophysical applications, gaming, animation, field support, and server application demonstrations. Key customers include many Fortune 500 companies and U.S. government agencies.
All of NextCom's mobile products are based on server architecture implementations and are ideal for mobile server and high performance workstation mission critical requirements where reconfigurability, performance, expandability, personalization, deployability and total cost of ownership are the driving factors in customer requirements.
About BiTMICRO Networks
BiTMICRO® Networks, a privately held California corporation, is the leading provider of rugged and high performance non-volatile solid state disk, flash disk drive, and network storage and management solutions. E-Disk® storage solutions are offered with SCSI, IDE/ATA, Fibre Channel and VME interfaces in 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch hard disk drive footprints, 6U board, and 19-inch rack mount configurations scalable up to several terabytes of pure solid state storage.
E-Disk® and BiTMICRO® are registered trademarks of BiTMICRO Networks, Inc.
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