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Company Overview of RAID Incorporated
RAID Incorporated, a hardware and software agnostic company, provides customized technical computing solutions. The company offers various data storage solutions, such as block storage arrays; object storage products; enterprise JBOD solutions; rackmount, high-density, storage, and GPU servers; and other products, including mobile storage solutions. It also offers various file systems for big data, HPC, and cloud. In addition, the company provides IT infrastructure consulting services, such as consulting, general parallel file system consulting, architectural design, design and implementation, cluster management, computing help desk, technical support, networking, and remote server monitorin...
200 Brickstone Square
Andover, MA 01810
Founded in 1994
Key Executives for RAID Incorporated
Chief Technology Officer and Director of Hpc Engineering
Vice President of Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
RAID Incorporated Key Developments
DriveScale Selects RAID Inc. as Strategic Partner to Expand its Big Data Ecosystem into the Supercomputing Market
Nov 14 16
DriveScale announced that it has selected RAID Inc. as a strategic partner to expand its big data ecosystem into the supercomputing market. This new partnership enhances the RAID Inc. portfolio of technical computing and data center infrastructure solutions by adding DriveScale's Hadoop-centric storage platform to its Ability EBOD (enterprise-class JBOD) storage solutions, resulting in increased storage scalability and density to Hadoop architectures while at the same time lowering costs. RAID Inc. will demonstrate DriveScale-centric scalable solutions at the HPC community's tentpole event, SC16 Conference in Salt Lake City, November 13-18, 2016, at booth 809. DriveScale's scale-out platform, coupled with the RAID Inc. high density Ability EBODs, can cut hardware acquisition costs by more than 60% while quadrupling storage utilization and enable vastly improved scalability for big data workloads. By using the DriveScale scalable architecture, RAID Inc. allows data center managers to efficiently implement a scale-out infrastructure and future-proof their underlying data center infrastructure for growing Hadoop workloads. With DriveScale's disaggregation and recomposition technology, data center admins can manage compute and storage resources as separate pools by deploying a rapid scale-out ecosystem for independent resource scaling and then flexibly binding together these elements in any ratio an application requires. A DriveScale deployment consists of an integrated combination of on-prem software, hardware and cloud-based services that together provide the manageability, flexibility and optimization that are a base requirement of managing scale-out data center operations. As unstructured data is generated at tremendous volumes, the DriveScale platform leverages the ease of deployment and scale-out design of the high-density Ability EBOD to offer an end-to-end Hadoop-centric storage platform. The Ability EBOD Series is one of the most cost-effective and dense storage products for scale-out solutions. For example, the massively scalable 4U 84-bay Ability Enterprise-Class JBOD provides extensive data capacities up to 840TB per unit (210TB pre-rack U height) with extreme performance capable of handling more than 32GB/s. With this partnership, RAID Inc. is expanding on its high-performance legacy with the DriveScale scale-out platform to provide storage-at-scale, unstructured data solutions at an price/Gigabyte (GB) ratio. DriveScale empowers enterprises with a software-defined storage architecture that delivers a big data platform with simplified storage growth through SAS-connected scalable enterprise-class JBODs from RAID Inc. This solution is available with engineer-driven guidance and 24x7 concierge support from RAID Inc. to deploy DriveScale platforms for organizations looking to future-proof their infrastructure, maximize data center efficiency and deliver a lower total cost of ownership to technical computing customers.
Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission Penalize Sirius XM Canada Inc., Raid Inc., 9117-7683 Québec Inc., Leads, Call Centers & Marketing Solutions Inc., 8472416 Canada Inc. and 9165-2602 Québec Inc. for Making Telemarketing Calls to Canadians
Jun 29 16
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced that six Canadian companies that made calls to Canadians through third-party call centres or on behalf of telemarketers have paid a total of $1.23 million as part of settlements for making non-compliant telemarketing calls. Sirius XM Canada Inc. paid $650,000, Raid Inc. paid $500,000, 9117-7683 Québec Inc. (operating as Centre d'appel J.L) paid $40,000, Leads, Call Centers & Marketing Solutions Inc. paid $30,000, 8472416 Canada Inc. (operating as Télémarketing TS) paid $8,000 and 9165-2602 Québec Inc. (operating as Planification Marketing CF) paid $5,000. The investigation also revealed that four call centres made calls on behalf of their clients to Canadians whose phone numbers are registered on the National DNCL, or their clients' internal do not call lists. Some call centres failed to subscribe to the National DNCL, verify their clients' subscriptions and registrations to the National DNCL, and made calls outside of the designated calling hours.
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