Crystal Group, Inc. Launches a U.S. Department of Defense Accredited Solid State Drive


(Hiawatha, IA) Seagate Technology PLC likes to frequently say; from unclassified to top secret and beyond.  The latter, is also a reference about advancements in the fields of security and cyber security.  Additionally, this reference is talking about proven Seagate technology solutions that adhere to strict, government mandates.  In order to comply to strict government mandates; Seagate Technology PLC offers highly secured top performing; affordable data management components, and, affordable storage devices.  As part of a robust supply chain, is also, included in the previously stated.  In order to accomplish everything that, is the previously said, Seagate Technology PLC tasks into service Seagate Government Solutions.  SGS or Seagate Government Solutions is Seagate’s government arm.  Additionally; it is a mitigated Foreign Ownership, Control or Influence (F.O.C.I.).  Recently, Crystal Group, Inc. announced that, it is familiar with Seagate Technology PLC.  Additionally, that it is also familiar with, Seagate’s SGS.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has launched a U.S. Department of Defense accredited solid state drive (S.S.D.).  The latter, is a military grade accredited data storage technology solution.  Technically, it is named, P.A.S.S.-S.A.S. Solid State Drive.  Crystal Group’s P.A.S.S.-S.A.S. Solid State Drive, is the byproduct of a business partnership with, Seagate Technology PLC.
            The business partnership between Crystal Group, Inc., and, Seagate Technology PLC; makes available the following.  What it makes available is the first rugged and U.S. Department of Defense accredited, data encrypted drive.  The purpose is, secure data storage, at the tactical edge.  However and returning to, Crystal Group, Inc., the aforementioned business specializes in computer hardware technology.  Technically, tough or rugged computer hardware technology, is what Crystal Group, Inc. specializes in.  Through a unique design and manufacturing process, the aforementioned business; makes available for purchase custom commercial rugged servers, embedded computing, networking devices, displays and data storage devices.  The goal, is a high level of reliability in harsh environments.  For the most part, Crystal Group, Inc. jumps over the consumer marketplaces.  Instead of the consumer marketplaces; it firmly plants itself in the defense, government and industrial markets of the U.S.A.  To be able to accomplish the previously said; it provides in-house customization, engineering, integration, configuration management, product lifecycle planning, warranty and support services.  Additionally, it possesses the capability of meeting or exceeding military standards.  I.E.E.E., I.E.C., M.I.L.-S.T.D.-810, M.I.L.-S.T.D.-167-1, M.I.L.-S.T.D.-461 and M.I.L.-S-901 are six examples; of the military standards.  Furthermore, Crystal Group’s Hiawatha Iowa facility, is certified as an AS9100D facility. 
            Returning to; Crystal Group’s P.A.S.S.-S.A.S. Solid State Drive, the aforementioned and as previously said, is the byproduct of a business partnership.  For the business partnership, each business entity pitched in something.  Seagate Technology PLC pitched in a commercial high capacity 2.5” S.A.S. solid state drive.  Crystal Group, Inc. pitched in proprietary ruggedization processes.  The end result, is a U.S. Department of Defense accreditation.  Additionally; the accreditation is based upon being able to meet F.I.P.S. 140-2, and, N.I.A.P. computer security and/or cyber security standards.  Furthermore, this new development in computer security technology does have a second purpose.  The second purpose is; it helps the U.S. Department of Defense achieve a dual encryption standard for data strategy requirements, and, it takes one step closer to cryptographic key management encryption for C.S.F.C. requirements. 
            Henry Newman is the Chief Technology Officer at Seagate Government Solutions of Seagate Technology PLC (NASDAQ:  STX).  Through a press statement, Mr. Newman said the following.  “Crystal Group’s reputation for designing and delivering high-performing rugged computer hardware that can withstand the extreme demands of military operations made them a clear choice to ruggedize and sell this segment of our accredited drives.  Our complementary expertise enables a solution that supports our military’s current and long-term needs for exceptional data security.” 
            To end, Crystal Group, Inc. did release a press statement.  Todd Prouty is the Business Development Manager for Military Programs at Crystal Group, Inc.  Through a press statement, Mr. Prouty said the following.  “Our partnership provides a data storage solution that not only meets military environmental standards, but is also certified as cybersecure.  This SAS SSD meets the Department of Defense (DoD) cyber requirements as well as the warfighters’ immediate need for secure, actionable data in any domain.”  As previously stated, Crystal Group, Inc. recently announced that, it is familiar with Seagate Technology PLC.  Additionally, that it is also familiar with, Seagate’s SGS.  Specifically, the aforementioned business revealed that, it has launched a U.S. Department of Defense accredited solid state drive (S.S.D.).  The latter, is a military grade accredited data storage technology solution.  Technically, it is named, P.A.S.S.-S.A.S. Solid State Drive.  Crystal Group’s P.A.S.S.-S.A.S. Solid State Drive, is the byproduct of a business partnership with, Seagate Technology PLC.  Lastly; this business partnership makes available the first rugged and U.S. Department of Defense accredited, data encrypted drive.  The purpose is, secure data storage, at the tactical edge. 

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01/24/2020

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