The drives come with management software with an administrative dashboard
By Lucas Mearian
May 13, 2014 05:02 PM ET SanDisk today released its first self-encrypting SSDs, a line of drives aimed at enterprises.SanDisk's new X300s SSD
uses both the Trusted Computing Group's Opal 2.0 specification
and Microsoft Encrypted Hard Drive
hardware-based encryption to protect data on the drive.
The encryption algorithms are also coupled with a management dashboard for IT admins to use for audit and compliance purposes.
The SanDisk X300s SSD will be available in June through the SanDisk Commercial Business Channel in two form factors - 2.5-in x 7mm thick and an M.2 single-sided expansion board, with capacities of 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB.