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December 12, 2013

RAID Announces FusionIvyBridge Server Solution

ANDOVER, Mass., Dec., 12 — RAID Incorporated has created a premier dual-socket server solution that combines enterprise-class hardware acceleration, hardware and firmware optimizations and best in class thermals. While maintaining mission-critical reliability and stability, the FusionIvyBridge Hyper-Speed 2U Dual-Socket Server is the highest performing system available.

Architected for applications such as financial analysis, engineering and science and energy research, this solution offers extreme computational power with up to 20% performance gains. Peak performance computing is sustained with extreme expandability, speed, and low latency.

Air-cooling allows for the most powerful CPUs (up to 150W TDP) to run at maximum speeds and is enhanced through customized heat sinks, high-powered fans and a datacenter-optimized component layout. A redundancy consistently over 95% is achieved through redundant high-efficiency platinum level digital switching power supplies. In addition, this solution boasts high expandability with low-cost networking and storage by supporting 6 PCI-E add-on cards with optional UIO card and up to 1TB of memory and 10 hot-swappable HDDs.

“The revolutionary 2U hyper-speed architecture of this solution offers technical computing’s best efficiency and performance and will positively impact a range of industries’ ability to effectively expand and develop,” says RAID Inc. CEO Bob Picardi.

To learn more, visit www.raidinc.com, or contact Maggie Loff at (401) 272-1300 or mloff@tribalvision.com.

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.

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Source: RAID Incorporated