The new Samsung drives deliver improved sequential read and write speeds using the industry's most compact 10-nm class 128 Gb high-performance NAND flash memory. With up to 1 TB of capacity, the 840 EVO series offers a high storage volume and performance, even on ultra-slim notebooks.
The release marks an important step forward in the adoption of the Opal TCG standard.
"Enterprises and SMBs need powerful ways to secure their data, and the 840 EVO series meets their security requirements in today's sophisticated threat environment," said
When paired with Wave's EMBASSY Remote Administration Server (ERAS) or Wave Cloud 2014, the drives give enterprises improved security and manageability capabilities. ERAS is the only management solution that delivers drive initialization, user management, drive locking, user recovery and crypto erase for all Opal-based, proprietary and solid-state SEDs, while Wave Cloud 2014 is the only cloud-management solution for SEDs on the market today.
"Samsung has demonstrated its commitment to data security and performance through the 840 EVO drives, giving end-users strong assurance that their sensitive data is safe and secure," said Wave CEO
The combined solution will be made available to customers through trusted channel partners such as CDW and SHI, as well as large original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
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