Solid State Disks Ltd (SSDL), part of the Reactive Group

Solid State Disks Ltd

SSDL specialises in the design, development, and integration of hard disk, floppy-disk and tape drive hardware emulators for legacy systems.  We are also flash memory distributors for SanDisk, Innodisk, APRO, Transcend and other flash technology leaders, to the defence, industrial, telecommunications, and process control markets. 

ISO 9001:2000 approved, and with over 80 years of combined experience, SSDL has completed numerous flash-based bespoke projects for UK defence primes, both airborne and marine, providing a range of modified tape and disk emulators, together with their mission data loaders.more

Selected by BAE, Thales, Ultra, Selex, DRS, EDS (HP), SAAB Qinetiq, MoD, and NATO, our products have also become widely accepted in the telecommunications industry.

To support our customers that rely on the SCSI interface we have developed the SCSIFlash-2 programmable emulator that allows high performance flash to be interfaced to legacy host systems without software change.

SSDL is also a member The International Institute of Obsolescence Management (IIOM) which is a professional body for those involved Obsolescence Management.less


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Solid State Disks Ltd
The Granary, Hose Hill
RG7 4BB, Reading
United Kingdom

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