Rugged Computer Solutions Ensure Security

Crystal Group Inc. is launching its Platform Agnostic Security Solutions (PASS) at the Department of Defense Intelligence Information System (DoDIIS) Worldwide Conference, August 12 - 15. The PASS is advanced cybersecurity technology designed for a wide range of computationally-intense, network complex, and expanded data storage applications operating in severe environments.


The offering includes the world's first rugged FIPS 140-2 compliant data-at-rest storage devices, ruggedized Ruckus ICX switches with NIAP certified IP-security modules for network encryption and Media Access Control Security (MACsec), and exclusively conformal-coated Seagate 2.5", dual-port SAS drives that are compatible with any Crystal Group platform:  server, workstation, and JBOD or RAID storage system.

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To further protect data at rest and in motion, the company manufactures its products in vertically integrated, NIST compliant, AS9100D certified, US-based facilities, tracing every component – from the raw materials through production processes to the delivery of the final warrantied product – to ensure an end-to-end U.S. supply chain of custody and help prevent security vulnerabilities.


The RS202FM server resides in a 2U chassis with a depth of 19". The unit accommodates up to three 2.5" SSDs in a single twin carrier and up to 512 GB DDR3 or DDR4 of memory.  Internal expansion is available with custom Mil-Circ I/O connections.


The RCS7450 network switch is available with 24 or 48 copper ports or with 48 port fiber SFP connectors. The unit can deliver 960 Gb/s in stacking bandwidth, up to 336 Gb/s in full duplex switching capacity and up to 250 Mb/s forwarding capacity. For more details, visit the Crystal Group Inc.


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