CRU-DataPort Intros New Version

Space-saving rugged removable hard drive gets high-performanceupgrade

December 19, 2007

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VANCOUVER, Wash. -- CRU-DataPort, a globalleader in data security and data mobility products, today announcedthe new SAS/SATA Data Express DE75, an updated version of the popularStorCase Data Express DE75, a low-profile removable hard driveenclosure used to hot-swap hard drives mounted in workstations andservers deployed worldwide by government, military, commercial andindustrial customers.

"The DE75's low profile design makes it easier to fit more storage inspace constrained areas from data centers to airplanes and ATMs," saidJon Johnson, executive director of marketing for CRU-DataPort. "Supporting SAS (Serial Attached SCSI) and SATA (Serial ATA)technology enables much faster data processing, scalability andhigher performance."

The Data Express DE75 is a rugged steel-constructed drive carrier andreceiving frame for internally mounting a 3.5" hard drive into anystandard or undersized half-height, 5.25" peripheral bay, making ithot-swap ready. Designed to dissipate the heat produced byhigh-performance drives, the DE75 is also equipped with driveactivity and SCSI ID indicators, and a key lock for security. Applications include RAID, Data Security and Transporting, Backup,Testing and Audio/Video Editing.

CRU Acquisitions Group LLC

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