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Oxford Offers DAS Encryption

MILPITAS, Calif. -- Oxford Semiconductor, a leading provider of high-performance silicon and software solutions designed to simplify digital storage and retrieval for the connected digital lifestyle, today unveiled its AES 128-bit security encryption solutions for the growing family of Oxford's direct-attached storage (DAS) platform solutions. Aimed at the increasing need to secure high-value personal data on easily transportable DAS systems, the new OXUS931SE and OXUFS936DSE devices employ a secure, hardware-based architecture for user authentication and data encryption.

"Securing high-value corporate information continues to be among the most critical concerns for IT managers," stated David Schwartz, Oxford's VP of sales and marketing. "With the quickly increasing amount of highly personal information consumers are storing on very transportable direct-attached storage, our key customers are seeing a growing need for encrypted storage solutions. The security, price/performance and time-to-market offered by these solutions continues to enable our storage system partners to expand their consumer DAS product portfolios."

Oxford Semiconductor Ltd.