November 03, 2009
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 3 -- RAID Incorporated, an end-to-end high-performance solutions provider specializing in leading-edge storage technologies, has announced that they will be participating in both SCinet and Xnet demonstrations to showcase the latest in next-generation high-performance technologies. In addition, Intel's new Nehalem EX CPUs for the HPC market will be on display. RAID will also be launching a series of new products and technologies at the SuperComputing 2009 conference in Portland, Ore., including:
Visit RAID Inc. at SC 2009
Booth #445, Portland OR, Nov. 16-19
Xnet (eXtreme Net)
About RAID Incorporated
Since 1994 RAID Inc. has provided true 100 percent customized storage and computing solutions that best meet the unique requirements of HPC centers, corporations, government entities and educational institutions worldwide. From supercomputing to grid computing, RAID Inc. ensures the availability of critical digital content in real-time, all the time. The company guarantees this with the "RAID Approach," the industry's only concierge service and support model that assures the highest level of personalized support and resolution to any issue. StorageWatch, the industry's only real-time monitoring and managed storage service offering which lowers total cost of ownership while increasing data availability, was developed as part of the" RAID Approach" to better serve its customers. RAID Inc.'s guaranteed "customer first" approach has made them an industry leader in true 100 percent customized storage and the best service and support. For more information about RAID Inc., visit www.raidinc.com or call 800-330-7335.
Source: RAID Inc.
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