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PNY Debuts Secure Flash Drive

10/26/2007 03:30:00 PM Eastern

Parsippany, N.J. – Flash memory vendor PNY will ship a security-focused USB drive to dealers this month.

The drive uses IronKey’s “military grade” hardware-encryption and tamper-resistant metal exterior, the company said. The drive will feature IronKey branding as well.

The 4GB drive will feature Internet authentication software to protect online accounts and passwords; private Web surfing using Firefox, data back-up software and “government-level” AES encryption.

The IronKey will feature a 20MBps write and a 30MBps read speed and will be waterproof. It will retail for $149.

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