Lake Forest, CA — Nov 16, 2011 — Nexcopy Inc., a leading manufacturer in USB Duplicator solutions, announces DoD erase functions for USB, SD and microSD media along with full support for USB 3.0 flash drives.
Department Of Defense (DoD) Erase function
DoD erase is three cycle write process of 0’s – 1’s – 0’s.
Erase function supports USB, SD and microSD media
Standalone USB duplicators fully support USB 3.0 flash drives
Updated firmware for the Nexcopy standalone USB duplicator systems supports a variety of erase functions. The Full Erase function writes a cycle of zero’s to all sectors of a flash memory device and clears out any partition tables. In addition, the Nexcopy firmware supports Department of Defense (DoD) Erase functions which meets government security standards. The DoD Erase function employs a three cycle write pattern where a first pass of Zero’s are written to the entire device, a second pass of One’s are written to the entire device and finally a third pass of Zero’s are written to all areas of the flash device. Through this redundancy write cycle process there is no chance to recover residual files on a flash memory device. Continue Reading
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA — Sep 10, 2010 — Nexcopy Inc., a leading manufacturer in USB Duplicator equipment, announces the release of two new standalone USB duplicator solutions for bulk data loading to USB flash memory.
The new standalone USB duplicators from Nexcopy provide ultra fast data copying of content to flash media. Depending on the device, the standalone duplicators can reach a maximum of 2GBs per minute data transfer. These numbers yield a transfer speed faster than current USB 3.0 technologies for data loading to USB 2.0 flash drives.
“Our PC based systems have been our flagship product for many years, but for those who need ultra fast copy speeds with simple operation, the new standalone systems are the ideal product,” says Greg Morris, President of Nexcopy.