OnSpec xSil26x controller chips

Intellasys

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We have a never-ending need for more security and encryption as the use of computer technology grows. Finding all the right solutions is an ongoing task. Fortunately, things are getting better, IntellaSys has introduced its new OnSpec xSil26x controller chips with 128-bit, hardware-encrypted security for use with flash memory or IDE/ATAPI hard disk drives using a USB 2.0 interface. The xSil26xís hardware-embedded encryption/decryption function, fully compliant with the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), combines with two-level software authentication of passwords to prevent unauthorized memory content access. IntellaSys claims it would take 149 trillion years to determine all possibilities at an attempted recovery rate of one key per second, attributed to the 3.4 x 1,038 possible options the xSil26xís offer to code keys. IntellaSys supports its new chip with additional software that provides the end user with convenient features. 0EMs offering a portable USB-to-hard-drive solution, 0nSpec software also enables use of the drive independent of the PC system being used.
OnSpec xSil26x controller chips

FEATURES

  • Embedded 128-bit, hardware-encrypted memory reader controllers
  • Hardware-encrypted security for use with flash memory or IDE/ATAPI hard disk drives using a USB 2.0 interface
  • Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)-compliant hardware-embedded encryption/decryption function combines with two-level software authentication of passwords to prevent unauthorized memory content access
  • Features additional software that provides the end user with convenient features: OEMs opting to include this software with their xSil-based controllers can enable users to back up data with a simple one-touch push button
  • For OEMs offering a portable USB-to-hard-drive solution, OnSpec software also enables use of the drive independent of the PC system used

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