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Apacer CoreProtector Technology Upgraded

Apacer CoreProtector Technology Upgraded Apacer’s exclusive CoreProtector Technology for SSD data security protection is upgraded – once again: In addition to the other security classes of the suite such as Data Protect, Write Protect and Device Protect, Boot Protect has been added to compliment the others and allow for very tight management of information security. …

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Apacer UrKey Security Dongle Introduced

Apacer UrKey Security Dongle Introduced

Apacer UrKey Security Dongle Introduced Compact USB security dongle offers increased options for data Apacer’s UrKey USB dongles use their exclusive CoreSecurity Technology for SSD core data security tailored for customers’ system design and use. The newly launched UrKey USB dongle can trigger, enable or remove the three major special security instructions of CoreSecurity through its …

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Apacer mPDM+ and M.2 PCIe SSDs Launched

Apacer mPDM+ and M.2 PCIe SSDs Launched

Apacer mPDM+ and M.2 PCIe SSDs Launched Apacer PCIe SSDs go far beyond SATAIII in transmission efficiency, ascending to the mainstream specification Since the PCIe SSD was adopted by Apple as a standard accessory in MacBook Air in 2013, its excellent flash storage performance featuring high-speed transmission has led the competition to follow, including the fully …

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Apacer DDR4 2133 U-DIMM Memory Launched

Apacer DDR4 2133 U-DIMM Memory Launched

Apacer DDR4 2133 U-DIMM Memory Launched Setting off another memory revolution A standard accessory for computer equipment for 8 years since 2007, DDR3 memory is gradually lagging behind the needs for higher performance in industrial and business application. As a result, the Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC) developed the memory specifications for new-generation DDR4, …

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Apacer μSDC-M Plus Subminiature SSD Launched

Apacer μSDC-M Plus SSD Launched

Apacer μSDC-M Plus Subminiature SSD Launched Resistance to shock, low noise and low power consumption – these are the superior physical properties of SSDs, which have become essential for satisfying the storage requirements of industrial computers. The application scope of SSDs on industrial computers has also expanded due to increasingly harsh market demands and advancing process …

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