ANDOVER, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/13/13 -- RAID Incorporated, an end-to-end customized solutions provider in HPC, Big Data and Virtualized Environments, announced today that RAID Inc's full line of EBOD Solutions has fully achieved certification for Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Server 2012 Storage Spaces, a new capability in Windows Server 2012. Microsoft showcased RAID Inc's line of Fusion servers and EBODS at TechEd 2012 North America and Europe and demonstrated over 1 million IOPS at 10GBs bandwidth in live demonstrations.
"Windows Server 2012 introduced breakthrough storage technologies such as Storage Spaces, which enables cost-effective, highly available, scalable, and flexible storage solutions. RAID Inc. has worked with Microsoft throughout the development of Storage Spaces, and their hardware and solution-building expertise offer options for end-to-end storage solutions for use with Windows Server 2012 Storage Spaces," stated Matt Garson, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft.
RAID Inc. is committed to developing newer hardware technology in support of Storage Spaces. The road map will include EDODs with 12GB sas backplane with higher density and smaller front print for both SSD and spinning disk technologies. Also, the introduction of PCI-E SSD EBOD will be launched later this year as well.
"Our current line of certified solutions along with the new product initiatives, combined with Storage Spaces, makes this a disruptive technology," stated Bob Picardi, CEO of RAID Inc.
RAID Inc.'s service level agreements give customers the extra protection that they need. All hardware and software support is given by RAID Inc., 24/7 as standard warranty. Installation and 4 hour on-site support is also available.
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