Trust Relationship

Lower Cost of Ownership

There is no need for new infrastructure to manage encryption keys, since BitLocker leverages …

New Motherboard Built-in Application
Existing Disks Application

Enhanced Security
With FIPS 140-2, the military-grade hardware encryption, the X-Wall® MX+ provides strong protection and real-time performance.

Trusted Communications/Relationship
The X-Wall® MX+ is able to generate signature, sign and verify each identity thus provides additional layer of trust relationship beyond TCG Opal 2.0.

FDE (Full Disk Encryption) or SED (Self Encrypting Device)
The X-Wall® MX+ can be configured to perform in-line 6Gbps full disk encryption with AES CBC/XTS 256-bit strength protecting entire Data-at-Rest. This default solution is OS independent.

File Folder Encryption (FFE)
With add-on software components, the X-Wall® MX+ can be configured to perform file/folder encryption, encrypting Data-in-Motion such that files stored in the Cloud storage remain MX+ hardware encrypted. Only the right secret key can successfully decrypt those encrypted files, solution that is OS dependent.

Portable eDrive
Utilizes latest USB3.0/3.1 to SATA technologies, the X-Wall® MX+ solution enables USB 3.0/3.1 to SATA Portable eDrive.

Better performance
Encryption hardware, integrated into the X-Wall® MX+ controller, allows the drive to operate at full data rate.

Strong security based in hardware
Encryption is always “on” and the keys for encryption never leave the MX+ interface. User authentication is performed by the MX+ before it will be unlocked, independently of the operating system.

Ease of use
Encryption is transparent to the user because of the MX+. There is no user interaction needed to enable encryption. There is no need to re-encrypt data for re-purposing.

Lower cost of ownership
There is no need for new infrastructure to manage encryption keys, since BitLocker leverages your Active Directory Domain Services infrastructure to store recovery information. Your computer operates more efficiently because processor cycles do not need to be frequently interrupted.