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RAID Inc. Shipping 6TB NL SAS Drives in the 4U 60-Bay Ability EBOD

ANDOVER, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/15/14 -- RAID Incorporated (RAID Inc.) is now shipping 6TB 7200 rpm NL SAS Drives in their 4U 60-bay Ability EBOD. The 4U 60-Bay Ultra-Dense 6 Gb/s SAS/SATA Ability EBOD, short for enterprise-class JBOD, can hold up to 360TB of data in a 4U form factor.

With eight, 6Gb/sec, SAS 2.0 host ports -- and two I/O Modules for redundancy and zoning capability for all 60 drives in various combinations, this product is the most versatile and reliable product in its class.

The 4U 60-Bay Ability EBOD solution enables massive data capacity applications, at a price/performance point per Gigabyte (GB) that meets a range of requirements. With tiering functionality enabled through R2 and 8 external SAS ports makes this solution ideal for Microsoft, Lustre, GPFS, ZFS and Cloud applications.

"With data storage capacity continuously expanding exponentially, business environments require simple, easy ways to dramatically grow online disk capacity to meet exponential data growth rates. This new solution runs faster, has a larger storage capacity and will drastically improve business efficiencies across a range of applications," says RAID Inc. CEO Bob Picardi.

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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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