ANDOVER, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/12/13 -- RAID Incorporated, an end-to-end customized solutions provider in HPC, Big Data, and Virtualized Environments, today launches its newest ultra-dense, high performance solution, the 4U 60-Bay Ability Storage Server, designed for Cloud, Windows Server 2012, and various I/O server and ZFS applications.
Powered by the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 product family, the server nodes provide advanced capabilities to retrieve data from 60 full-height drives and protect against data loss in the event of power faults using an optional backup battery pack. A nontransparent bus allows bridging of two server nodes for redundancy or computational expansion when running Linux. A dual slot expansion card further enables users to use a variety of PCI E cards, including RAID SAS and network cards, and the onboard SAS controller provides bridging fabric between the processors and the storage.
"The 4U 60-Bay Ability Storage Server is flexible by design and can be optimized for a variety of applications," said Bob Picardi, CEO of RAID Incorporated. "It's one of the most versatile platforms we've seen to date and pairs the best combination of performance and cost-effectiveness."
For more information about the 4U 60-Bay Ability Storage Server, click here.
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 www.raidinc.com or call 800-330-7335.
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