Handheld design with transfer speeds up to 70GB/min provides IT customers a low-cost acquisition and duplication system.
Chatsworth, CA (PRWEB) - Intelligent Computer Solutions Inc. (ICS), a business unit of JMR Electronics and the pioneering leader of disk drive duplication and computer forensic systems, announced today the global availability of their latest handheld device, the Media MASSter™ 102 PRO IT.
The new Media MASSter 102 PRO IT provides an economical, high performance, and versatile portable device for IT departments' most demanding data acquisition, analysis and duplication tasks. The unit's clever implementation integrates a powerful Intel CPU, advanced 6 Gb/s SATA-3 controller technology, PCIe M.2 support, three each dedicated SATA and USB ports, and the hardware necessary to future-proof the system affording IT users the ability to take advantage of new media and disk drive speed improvements over many years. The system combines these capabilities with advanced Duplication technology to Capture and Wipe drives simultaneously, acquire from multiple source and deliver to multiple target drives in any combination needed, and can incorporate a universal media card reader accessory which allows multiple media cards to be duplicated to a single disk. Data is quickly acquired at speeds over 20 GB/min for SATA devices, and 70GB/min for NVMe drives.
The Media MASSter 102 PRO IT offers "Mixed Drive Interface" support to cover the range of devices IT organizations encounter and allows easy acquisition of data between different drive interface types. Each portable system supports three SATA, two eSATA, and four USB 3.0 drives with optional adapters being available to support M.2, SAS, IDE, and Micro SATA drives including 2.5" and 1.8" IDE notebook drives and flash media. Additionally, the unit is configured with two 1Gb/s Ethernet ports for acquisition and image management over a network.
The Media MASSter 102 PRO IT also offers innovative features to lower the day to day operational cost of the IT duplication process. The unit's M.2 Adapter Module supports varying M.2 form factor lengths of 30, 42, 60, 80 and 110 mm and is designed for easy and safe insertion and release of M.2 storage devices, an integrated HDMI display port allows external monitoring, and cable-free source and target slide-out drive caddy-based system speeds installing and removing drives.
The Media MASSter 102 PRO IT is economically priced at $1,995.
For more information, please visit http://ics-iq.com/media-masster-102-pro-it/
ICS is a pioneering leader of disk drive duplication and computer forensic solutions. Since 1990, their patented automatic hard drive formatting and software pre-loading solutions have become the de-facto standard for most PC manufacturers and system integrators. Additionally, ICS is a globally recognized leader and supplier of computer forensic systems for law enforcement personnel ranging from local police departments to Federal and International agencies. Today, government agencies worldwide consistently use and depend on ICS's products. For further information, please visit http://www.ics-iq.com, or call 818-993-4801.
About JMR Electronics
JMR is a leading value provider and systems integrator of scalable storage systems for high performance and capacity driven applications for multiple markets including; video and post-production, military and government, education, VOD, DCC, gaming, security, medical imaging, HPC, and Web 2.0. Since 1982, JMR's reliable and innovative RAID systems are proudly made in the U.S.A., manufactured entirely from their Chatsworth, California facilities. JMR's complete line of affordable Lightning™ storage products; SilverStor™ SMB focused products, and BlueStor™ Cloud-ready rackmount and desktop solutions are built to handle the most demanding project needs for A/V centric markets. Reliability. Innovation. Performance. This is JMR. For further information, please visit http://www.jmr.com, contact sales(at)jmr.com, or call 818-993-4801.
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