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Modern military intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) platforms generate large amounts of highly sensitive data that must be captured and securely stored without impacting performance.
System designers need to ensure that data capture systems can handle large amounts of data without interruption. This 10 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) based network attached storage (NAS) device has two 10 GbE ports and two layers of full disk encryption (FDE) in a single device. Both encryption layers are Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) Certifiable and are fully operational in a single box which will save time, money and program risk.
The High-Speed Recorder 10 (HSR10) is a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) high-speed network recorder and NAS device for use in 10 GbE architectures that demand high data throughput. Network clients can use the HSR10 to store sensor and maintenance data and retrieve mission and digital map data. The NAS device allows clients to capture, store securely, and retrieve files at fast throughput rates with two layers of encryption. Supporting industry standard NAS protocols like NFS, CIFS, FTP, TFTP, and HTTP, enables clients to use different operating systems (Linux®, VxWorks®, Windows®, etc.) or central processing units (CPU) (PowerArchitecture®, Intel®, Arm®, etc.), which permits system design flexibility.
The HSR10 provides high-speed data-at-rest (DAR) storage to 10 GbE based networks that demand fast data throughput rates and two layers of encryption.
- 2 ports x 10 GbE (optical)
- Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) Certifiable
- Two layers of encryption – hardware and software
- Data throughput rate of 1.2 GB/s (Write) & 2.1 GB/s (Read)
- 16 TB and 32 TB removable storage (64 TB future)
- Small profile design at 275.4 square inches
- Support for RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, and 10
- Conduction cooled
- Network attached storage, protocols supported:
- Block Storage (iSCSI)
- Ethernet recording and packet capture (PCAP)
- File serving (NFS, CIFS, FTP, TFTP, HTTP)
- Remote boot of network clients (PXE, DHCP)
- Video stream capture (RTP)
- Network management (SNMP, IPMI)
- Deployed network-centric systems
- Fixed wing aircraft
- Unmanned vehicles
- Ground vehicles