Wednesday, November 28, 2018 (21:43:56)
The SuperImager Desktop NVMe + SATA unit is a forensic lab multi-port imager with mixed NVMe and SATA ports, runs on Linux open OS and supports many different kinds of digital storage devices including the latest NVMe SSDs. It is a useful unit that allows the user to mix and cross-copy the two different classes of storage devices SATA and PCIe.
The unit has two built-in four NVMe ports and four SATA ports which enable the user to image any combination of NVMe to NVMe, SATA to SATA, NVMe to SATA, SATA to NVMe, and all that in multiple parallel sessions.
In addition, the user can save the captured image to the network in a parallel run to the drive imaging.
The SuperImager application also supports split image mode to increase the speed which is useful when the source drive is much faster than the target drive (for example, when using an NVMe Suspect drive).
The imaging speed is extremely fast when capturing from an NVMe SSD to another NVMe SSD. A test run with the Samsung MZVPV512HDGL NVMe SSDs ended with the average speed of 93.7GB/min.
The unit is supplied with four PCIe SFF-8639 external cables and NVMe to M.2 adapters with mounting and locking brackets.
The external PCIe SFF-8639 cables provide a flexible solution to cover both NVMe M.2 and 2.5” form factors.
In addition, the unit has a built-in e-SATA port, eight USB3.0 ports, and a high-speed USB3.1 Gen2 port.
- Posted by: ekohavi
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