October 29, 2013
ANDOVER, Mass., Oct. 29 -- RAID Incorporated, a leader in technical computing and Big Data environments, announces the latest addition to the Ability SSD EBOD line with a 24-Bay PCIe SSD EBOD in a 2U form factor. "Using native PCIe connectivity over miniSAS HD cables, a single ability system can service up to 24 servers and sustain 768GBs full duplex connectivity to all drives -- making this the highest performing SSD solution on the market today," says Dr. Jerry Lotto, RAID Inc.'s CTO.
The solution boasts driver free installation via native OS support for ease of use, while independent power and cooling allows the storage to remain accessible even in the face of server failure, unlike discrete PCI-E-based SSD storage cards. In addition, the solution has active management controllers with out-of-band access to SMART data.
"The advanced performance of this new solution is groundbreaking. With key benefits such as independent installation and management and high levels of power and capacity, we will see great success across the technical computing space," says Bob Picardi, RAID Inc.'s CEO.
RAID, Inc. will display this solution in their booth 3128 at SuperComputing 2013, hosted in the Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO November 18-21, 2013.
About RAID Incorporated
RAID, Inc. is an end-to-end, high-performance solution provider focused on the cutting edge of technology in the high-performance market. RAID Inc.'s clients receive customized technical computing solutions incorporating parallel file systems, storage, interconnect and compute clusters. RAID Inc. partners with customers to develop proof-of-concept initiatives for new technology deployments.
Source: RAID Incorporated
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