CONCORD, MA – Your product designs. Your customer records. Your precious photos and video. These are things that insurance companies can’t protect, but ioSafe can.
The private Auburn, Calif., company, growing at 400 percent annually, uses SolidWorks® CAD software to design disaster-proof data storage devices for computer systems of any size, whether netbooks or Fortune 500 data centers. Like an aircraft’s black box, an ioSafe internal or external hard drive safeguards valuable data in the event of a fire, flood, building collapse, or other catastrophe. It also performs the basic tasks that less fortified data storage drives do – backing up your important data in event of run-of-the-mill computer crash or virus. An ioSafe drive is a “disaster plan in a box” for the vast majority small and medium businesses struggling to protect their irreplaceable data.
The ioSafe Solo is the company’s most popular offering, a $150 external hard drive for any business or individuals using an external hard drive for data storage. Like its siblings, it’s built to protect data in fires up to 1,550 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 minutes and can be submerged up to 10 feet for 3 days in the ocean without data loss. ioSafe used SolidWorks to tackle the product’s core design challenge: enabling heat-producing hard drives to stay cool in a water-protected, insulated, fireproof container.
ioSafe relies on authorized SolidWorks reseller GoEngineer for ongoing software training, implementation, and support.
Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corp.
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