StarTech.com, a leading manufacturer of hard-to-find connectivity parts, has announced the release of a new USB Flash Drive Duplicator and Eraser (SKU: USBDUP15), a portable solution for simultaneously copying one USB flash drive to up to five USB flash drives at speeds of up to 1.5GB per minute or securely erasing up to six flash drives. The duplicator is the most compact of its kind on the market, ideal for users who need a portable way to distribute data from a single flash drive onto many, or completely remove content from multiple flash drives simultaneously.
“StarTech.com’s USB Flash Drive Duplicator can boost productivity and save time for IT and Marketing professionals who need to constantly generate multiple software and marketing collateral distributions while they’re away from the office” said Juliet Wei, Senior Product Manager for StarTech.com. “Compared to traditional CDs or DVDs, USB flash drives provide a more cost-effective and convenient way to distribute files and information. The USB Flash Drive Duplicator can drastically reduce the time needed to create multiple copies, which is extremely useful for many industries, including IT professionals who need to deploy operating system files or software, or make quick data backups, or for marketing professionals who distribute content using flash drives”.
Addonics Technologies today announced the M2/SSD/HDD Duplicator -- a family of high-speed duplicators designed for making multiple copies of M2 (NGFF) SSD or 2.5" SATA HDD/SSD media from a single master drive.
Each duplicator comes bundled with a 2.5" M2 (NGFF) flash drive kit that turns a M2 (NGFF) card into a 2.5" SATA SSD. You can mix and match the M2 (NGFF) SSD, 2.5" SSD or standard SATA hard drives into the duplicator, which makes it a handy tool for transferring content between multiple media formats.
There is no computer needed or complex software required to operate any Addonics duplicator. Just open the doors on the drive bays, load the master media into the source bay and the target media of capacity equal or larger into the target bays, lock the drive doors and push the start button to start the copying process. Designed with snap-in drive bays, drives can be easily added or removed without any special tool, just like an ordinary cassette tape.
Aleratec Inc., a leading developer and manufacturer of professional-grade duplicators for hard disk drives, USB flash drives, flash memory and optical discs, launched an upgrade to their popular RoboJet Disc AutoPrinter. With this upgrade, consumers get all the features of the RoboJet Disc AutoPrinter, such as the continuous ink system, 100-disc capacity, and automatic disc-feed operation, while enjoying a significant speed enhancement in disc printing with advanced, new print drivers.
"Our RoboJet Disc AutoPrinter is known for its convenience, especially on large jobs," says Perry Solomon, Aleratec President and CEO. "Now customers are going to be amazed by the new drivers and how easy and fast it will be to produce hundreds of high resolution images on Blu-rays, DVDs and CDs. We're so excited about the new technology that we're offering the upgrade to existing owners of RoboJet Disc AutoPrinter free of charge."
Addonics Technologies today announced a family of high speed duplicators that make multiple copies of mSATA SSDs, 2.5-inch SATA HDD/SSDs or micro SATA drives from a single master drive.
Each duplicator comes bundled with a set of 2.5-inch mSATA flash drive kits that turn a mSATA SSD into a 2.5-inch SATA SSD. Depending on model, you can mix and match the mSATA SSD and 2.5-inch SATA hard drive, or the mSATA SSD and micro SATA drive in the duplicator, which makes it a handy tool for transferring the content between the mSATA card and 2.5-inch hard drive or the mSATA card and micro SATA drive.
These stand-alone duplicators offer a distinct advantage because they do not tie up computer resources. They are also operating system independent with a maximum copying speed of 90 MB/sec depending on the media. To start copying, just open the drive bays, load the master media into the source bay, and load equal or larger capacity target media into the target bay. The result is an exact sector-by-sector duplicate including the master boot record. The cloned drive works just like the original.
Aleratec today introduced the new 1:3 RoboRacer DVD/CD MultiDrive SA Duplicator, a fully-automatic disc duplicator featuring three DVD/CD disc-burning drives and a 150-disc capacity for rapid, hands-free completion of disc duplication projects. This new duplicator is completely standalone, so no computer is required.
The 1:3 RoboRacer DVD/CD MultiDrive SA is the next generation in Aleratec’s line of innovative robotic disc duplicators, and offers more speed and convenience than any RoboRacer Aleratec has ever made for large jobs.
Aleratec RoboRacer DVD/CD disc duplicators make high-quality disc copies automatically while users are free to attend to other business. The user simply loads the duplicator with a source disc or source image via the USB connection, and up to 150 blank discs. Simple, push-button controls start the duplication process and no further user intervention is required.
"The 1:3 RoboRacer DVD/CD MultiDrive SA Duplicator advances the successful RoboRacer series with enhancements that promise increased productivity without compromising high-quality results,” says Perry Solomon, Aleratec’s President and CEO. “Our customers will be able to complete their DVD and CD duplication jobs faster and with less interaction required than ever before.”
Addonics Technologies announced today the Mini HDD Duplicator Station, a compact storage device that is about the size of a desktop computer power supply.
The feature rich storage device is designed to be used as a simple 1:1 HDD/SSD duplicator or as a fast USB 3.0 docking device for up to two SATA hard drives. It is a convenient tool for transferring data between different types of hard drives and flash memory cards as well as for cloning hard drives or making back up hard drives. It operates silently without the need for a cooling fan.
When used as a duplicator, you simply insert the master hard drive into the SOURCE slot and the destination drive into the TARGET slot. You then press the CLONE button and the duplication process starts automatically. All the content, including boot sector and partition table on the master drive, will be copied onto the destination drive sector by sector.
Rimage Corporation, the leader in secure multimedia content management and delivery solutions, today announced the launch of the Producer IV Series, the fourth generation of Rimage’s flagship disc publishing systems. Producer IV combines an updated sleek design with an array of powerful internal upgrades, including up to 2 TB of storage and an Intel Core i5 Processor. Rimage also announced the launch of the Prism III printer, a redesign of the successful Rimage Prism thermal printer platform.
“The redesign of the Producer Series demonstrates Rimage’s commitment to our disc publishing business and to our customers,” said Sherman Black, CEO of Rimage. “In the past two months, we have refreshed our entire line of Desktop, Professional and Producer-class products.”
Addonics Technologies today announced the USB HDD/Flash Duplicator, a USB device designed to operate as a stand-alone appliance for copying data from a single USB drive onto multiple USB drives at one time.
The USB HDD duplicator comes in a choice of three models that duplicate data onto 7, 15 or 31 targets. The new duplicator is an ideal tool for distributing content on flash drive, flash card or USB hard drives. The source and target can be any USB storage - hard drive, thumb drive or any flash card inserted into a USB flash reader, which makes this family of duplicators a convenient tool for transferring content between hard drives, flash drives and different type of flash media.
The 1:7 USB duplicator copies up to as many as seven USB drives at one time from a single USB source. Each USB port is designed to provide adequate power to operate all self-powered USB storage devices, including most 2.5" USB hard drives.
There is no computer or software needed. Simply attach the master USB drive to the source USB port and other USB drives into any target USB ports, press the copy button, and the duplication process starts automatically.
Aleratec today introduced the 1:11 HDD Copy Cruiser IDE/SATA hard drive duplicator. This tower disk duplicator and sanitizer is compatible with both IDE and SATA hard disk drives and has more than double the capacity of Aleratec’s popular 1:5 HDD Copy Cruiser IDE/SATA, giving users the ability to finish their large duplication or sanitization jobs even faster.
The 1:11 HDD Copy Cruiser IDE/SATA is a powerful, standalone hard disk drive duplicator. It can create up to 11 perfect hard drives clones simultaneously by performing a sector-by-sector copy from a single source hard disk to up to 11 target drives. This copy includes partition and boot sector information for a perfect clone. When a sector-level copy is not required, the 1:11 HDD Copy Cruiser IDE/SATA can also do file-level copies for supported file formats, which can save a significant amount of time.
It can also reliably wipe all traces of data from up to 12 hard disk drives at a time using Secure Erase, a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 800-88 approved method for clearing hard disks. This feature uses fast, secure algorithms created by the drive manufacturer and is built into most modern SATA hard drives as well as some IDE hard drives. If Secure Erase is not supported, the 1:11 HDD Copy Cruiser IDE/SATA can still sanitize drives with a choice of three comprehensive overwrite algorithms: a one-pass wipe, a three-pass wipe with verify, or a powerful seven-pass wipe which follows the Department of Defense 5220.22-M sanitization recommendation.
Rimage Corporation, the leader in secure multimedia content management and delivery solutions, today announced the launch of the Professional 5410N and 3410 disc publishing systems. The new systems incorporate a myriad of improvements inside and out, including performance enhancements and new automation features.
“Optical discs remain an essential content delivery vehicle for a wide range of businesses and industries,” said Sherman Black, CEO of Rimage. “Rimage has sold thousands of Professional series disc publishing systems since they were launched in 2010, and we are excited to offer our customers an even better solution today.”