Fujitsu integrates Becrypt solution into its tabletICT-based business solutions provider, Fujitsu Australia is equipping its Stylistic Q550 tablet with Disk Protect technology from Becrypt, a supplier of Information Assurance solutions and services.
The Becrypt software, which is FIPS 140.2 approved, has been modified for use with the Q550 to ensure data protection, and prevent unauthorised access with user authentication.
Complimenting the software’s capabilities are the Q550’s fingerprint reader, smartcard reader, and Trusted Platform Module.
Fujitsu believes its partnership with Becrypt offers any organisations a viable tablet that delivers productivity and efficiency gains demanded of the innovative form factor.
Hitachi GST’s enterprise-class SSDs
HDD, SSD, and external storage solutions developer, Hitachi GST (Global Storage Technologies), is equipping its enterprise-class Ultrastar SSDs (solid state drives with 25-nanometer (nm) single-level cell (SLC) NAND flash.
Available in 100GB, 200GB, and 400GB capacities with 2.5-inch 6Gbps Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) interface, the Ultrastar SSD400S.B family is equipped with the Trusted Computing Group’s Enterprise A Security Subsystem Class encryption specification.
The devices offer a 536MBps read and 502MBps write throughput, and promise up to 57,500 read and 25,500 write IOPS.
Hitachi GST vice-president of product marketing, Brendan Collins, said, “With our new 25nm SLC SSDs, our enterprise customers now have the highest level of data protection...without compromising system performance, reliability, and endurance.”
The SSD400S.B family is available through the Hitachi GST website.
BenQ’s miniature home theatre and media projector
BenQ, a digital lifestyle device provider, has unveiled the Joybee GP2 mini projector, a home entertainment and personal media device.
Designed for theatre enthusiasts, the solution is built to process a variety of multimedia formats, from video, photos and music, to MS office and PDF documents.
Weighing in at just over half a kilo, and operating at 200 ANSI lumen brightness, it allows plug and play installation alongside full portability.
The solution serves as an Apple iPhone and iPod dock, and offers power-efficient 3LED projection technology, 720p HD-ready short-throw projection for a 44-inch display at one metre, HDMI, multiple format support, SD card slot, USB Reader, 2W stereo speakers and will even accommodate File Transfer up to 2GB on its onboard memory.
BenQ Australia general manager, Chee F. Chung, said, “For added versatility, GP2 comes with an optional battery pack which conveniently attaches to the base of the unit.”
The Joybee GP2 is available for $699.
Compuware’s dynaTrace solution revampedTechnology performance company, Compuware Corporation has updated its dynaTrace application performance management (APM) solution.
Version 4.1 provides full support for IBM WebSphere Message Broker, adds to its User Experience Management (UEM) capabilities, enhances visualisation and integrates with Gomez Real-User Monitoring Datacentre.
The solution brings APM to IBM WebSphere environments including WebSphere Message Broker, Application Servers and Portal Servers.
With 4.1, users can determine in real-time if messages are flowing correctly or if they have not been properly received by the intended recipient services. It also monitors Message Broker configuration to maximise service efficiency.
By reducing the amount of time spent isolating and repairing problems, dynaTrace reduces mean-time-to-repair (MTTR) for WebSphere implementations.
Additionally, the new version offers enhanced visibility into third-party website content with images and graphs to display performance data, and visualises browser diagnostics for precise screenshots of what end-users see.