September 05, 2012
ANDOVER, MA, Sept. 4 -- RAID Incorporated, an end-to-end customized solutions provider in HPC, Big Data and Virtualized Environments, today announced the launch of its high performance, highly available andresilient clustered nodes powered by Microsoft Corporation Windows Server 2012and Storage Spaces.
"Windows Server 2012 gives users enterprise-class features that deliver industry-leading performance that not only scales but provides superior availability for a fraction of the cost. We believe this is a very compelling solution for both HPC and general business users due to its value proposition on several levels," stated Marc Dizoglio, Executive Vice President of HPC Solutions at RAID Inc.
Microsoft demonstrated RAID Inc.'s solution at Tech Ed 2012 in North America and Europe with very compelling results. The solution, consisting of three clustered server nodes with a 2U 24-Bay SSD EBOD, achieved over 1.3 million IOPS and sustained throughput over 10GB/s.
"Windows Server 2012 introduces numerous innovations that enable customers to cloud optimize IT," said Matt Garson, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft. "Storage Spaces is one of those innovations, and we're pleased to see RAID Inc. making available solutions that build on Windows Server 2012 Storage Spaces."
About RAID Incorporated
Since 1994 RAID Incorporated has provided true 100% customized solutions for the HPC marketplace. The company specializes in optimizing total system performance by enhancing computational resources, interconnects, and I/O subsystems with a concierge support model that assures the highest level of personalized service. For more information about RAID Incorporated, visit http://www.raidinc.com or call 800-330-7335.
Source: RAID Inc.
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