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About Reactive Group

Reactive Group (Reactive) have been designing, manufacturing, selling and supporting data storage and networking products since 1989.

The Group currently has two distinct focuses:- OEM distribution (direct franchise) agreements for top tier flash manufacturers. Reactive also manufacture legacy emulation storage solutions for the defence, aerospace, telecom and, media industries, this includes service and maintenance support of tape, disk and optical emulation products.

As a privately owned, knowledge driven organisation, Reactive Group prides itself on attention to our clients detailed demands and continually aims to meet these demands within budget and within timeframes. We are an ISO 9001:2015 and Nato NCage certified supplier we can guarantee the highest levels of expertise, professionalism and care.

Solid State Disks Ltd

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Solid State Disks Ltd (SSD) - The Industrial Division of the Reactive Group deliver innovative system solutions to defence, commercial and industrial customers worldwide. SSD specialises in the design, development and integration of advanced storage systems.

Visit site: www.solidstatedisks.co.uk

 CF2SCSI

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Solid State Disks Ltd (SSDL) - The advanced storage systems design, development and integration specialist launched the CF2SCSI drive which solves the growing and increasingly expensive problem of repairing or replacing ageing and failing SCSI-based hard disk...

Visit site: www.cf2scsi.com

 ARRAID

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Arraid LLC (Arizona, USA) - Arraid manufacturers solid state Flashtape and Flashdisk solutions for computer systems by Bull, DEC, Encore, Honeywell, HP, Evans and Sutherland, Pertec, SMD, HISI, HPIB, MAC, OMTI, XMD and many more. Arraid utilizes proprietary FPGA based technology...

Visit site: www.arraid.com


LATEST NEWS

Solid State Disks Ltd achieves 25th year of ISO with new ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems Standards Certification

Solid State Disks Ltd (SSDL), part of the Reactive Group of companies, which includes Arraid LLC, Phoenix USA, is proud to announce the achievement of the new standards ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems Standard Certification.

Reactive Group were first issued ISO9001 in 1993. We are proud that this is our 25th year of ISO certification.

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Reactive Groups Solid State Disks UK Ltd (SSDL) are at the IIOM Annual Exhibition and Conference, Bristol - 21 & 22nd June 2017

Reactive Groups Solid State Disks UK Ltd (SSDL) are at the IIOM Annual Exhibition and Conference in Bristol on the 21 & 22nd June 2017

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Reactive Group acquires Arraid, a US-based legacy data storage specialist, and revamps products using solid state technology

Reading, UK– 15th June 2017. Reactive Group, a leading independent company specialising in the design, manufacture, sales and support of data storage and networking products, has acquired Arraid Inc., based in Phoenix, Arizona in the USA. Arraid is a manufacturer of replacement data storage solutions for ageing disk, tape and floppy drives on legacy computer systems and its acquisition is a natural extension of Reactive Group’s specialist engineering heritage in prolonging the life of legacy computer systems.

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SSDL Exhibiting at DPRTE 2017

- News Release March 2017 -

We will be exhibiting at DPRTE on the 28th March at Motor Point Arena, Cardiff.

This annual event brings together the defence procurement and supply chain community under one roof.

Please do come and visit us on Stand 112 to discuss your industrial memory and storage requirements.

DPRTE 2017 Exhibition website link here

SCSI Flash Tape launch coverage in EEtimes

EETimes "Flash Extends Life of Magnetic Tape Machines"

TORONTO — 4th October 2016, Despite the advent of cloud computing and dropping prices for both spinning disk and flash for enterprise storage, magnetic tape storage technology remains a mainstay of many industries, and financially, it still doesn't make sense to replace those systems when they can no longer replace the tape.

http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1330576

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