DNF Defense offers rugged data storage systems with self encrypting drives

DNF Defense, a business unit of Dynamic Network Factory based in Hayward, California, is offering rugged data storage systems with self encrypting drive technology support.

DNF Defense Rugged NAS appliances and DNF Defense Rugged Server appliances are TCG compliant and FIPS certified. These appliances have AES 256 encryption as well as instant secure erase feature when configured with solid state disks and hard disk drives with these capabilities.

Dynamic Network Factory’s (DNF) Apache-FX Rugged NAS platforms and Apache-SV Series Rugged Server Platforms are MIL-STD-810F Compliant Appliances specifically designed for harsh shipboard, airborne, or land-based applications. These easy-to deploy, and high performance systems come with all aluminum construction, shock and vibe resistance, and offer superior cooling and EMI/EMC (Electromagnetic Interference/Electromagnetic Compatibility) Performance.

Apache-FX Rugged NAS Appliances from DNF have an intuitive browser-based remote management interface, which allow system administrators to remotely manage them from anywhere in the world. It also includes a feature that enables you to retrieve old copies of deleted files right from your desktop which makes storage and back up easier and reduces demands on system administrators.

The Apache-SV of DNF takes advantage of the outstanding next-generation server virtualization technology. With capabilities to create multiple VMs (virtual machines) on a single physical platform, Apache-SV allows you to consolidate your resources.

For more details call 510.265.1122 or click on DNF Defense product catalog

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