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Apricorn Launches 18TB Version of its Desktop Drive

By Enterprise Security Magazine | Friday, October 16, 2020

Apricorn has come up with a better version of its Aegis Padlock DT FIPS Desktop Drives.

FREMONT, CA: One of the leading manufacturers of data storage devices that are based on the technology of hardware encryption, Apricorn has launched an 18TB version of its Aegis Padlock DT FIPS Desktop Drives. Known for its software-free 256-bit AES XTSUSB storage devices, the company continues to diversify and expand its portfolio of innovations. Standing as a leader in the storage device market, Apricorn has emerged as the first company to release an 18TB encrypted drive, which offers high performance and high capacity as well.

The newly launched Padlock DT FIPS Desktop Drives is featured with AegisWare, which is Apricorn’s proprietary firmware. Further, the feature set that equips the desktop drives enables the device to serve a maximized data storage size of up to 18 TB. Like all the other devices that are produced by Apricorn, this new release also remains consistent in securing all the passwords and commands that are entered via the onboard keyboard, Padlock DT FIPS Desktop Drives have the whole of the authentication and encryption process taking place in the device landscape itself, without demanding the intervention of any software, shared passwords or encryption keys either.

Apricorn manufactures market-leading USB data storage devices. The company offers users with the highest of security data storage features. Apricorn has a vast client base that has companies from a large number of industries such as finance, healthcare, education, government, and more. The products that are produced by Apricorn always assure a trusted standard for storing a large volume of data in a secure manner. The company was founded in 1983, and it continues to develop and release patent-winning products.

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