SMSC to produce new memory options12 December 2011 17:03:55
Another technology company has announced that it will produce solutions to cope with the growing demand for state-of-the-art memory products.
SMSC will launch the TrustSpan range of PC peripherals to offer computer users "inline encryption" in USB flash storage and other portable memory options.
Guy Stewart, director of global technical marketing for security products at the company, said the market was rapidly expanding as app stores and content delivery systems become more popular.
As well as the USB devices, the firm will also produce new smart card readers designed to be used with a variety of SD cards.
The SEC2410 will be an adaptive single-chip device which offers users a further layer of data protection, while also being capable of transferring files at 35Mbps.
This comes after Kingston found that firms could make simple and low cost changes to the way their employees use USB devices to make their data and computer systems safer.
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