USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a computer bus interface developed in early 1990s for connecting computers and peripheral communication devices. USB interface became a de-facto standard for USB Logomass storage attachment, especially for CD/DVD and removable USB Flash Drives. 

In 2007 Intel introduced a USB interface Industrial Mass Storage Device named Z-U130 for computing and embedded applications.

By 2010 Intel has abruptly withdrwn from the embedded market leaving scores of customers scrambling for a direct replacement device

The Fortasa USB Disk Module (UDM) strictly matches the Intel legacy Z-U130 device for form factor, reliability and performance. Additionally, Fortasa Memory Systems manufactures multiple USB interface based Flash Storage Products. Designed using high reliability SLC NAND Flash or cost effective MLC NAND Flash components, Fortasa's USB Flash Storage Solutions support Standard (0oC to 70oC) and Industrial (-40oC to +85oC) Temperature ranges.

Fortasa's eUSB offering is specifically engineered to directly replace Intel's Z-U130 devices in a range of applications including networking, telecommunications, mobile and embedded computing, and medical fields. 

USB Disk Module (UDM)
Compliant with the standard USB 2.0 specifications
Compact size and multiple custom form factors
High Performance - Upto 30MB/sec (Read/Write Performance)
Intel Z-U130 eUSB direct replacement
Shock resistance and anti-vibration
AES 128-Bit Data Encryption