|By Marketwired .||
|June 24, 2014 10:56 AM EDT||
ANDOVER, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/24/14 -- Raid Incorporated, the industry's most experienced provider of agnostic and holistic custom technical computing solutions, today marked its 20-year anniversary. The company, officially incorporated on June 2, 1994, has grown steadily and, at times, explosively, over the past two decades, keeping pace with the market demand for sophisticated technical computing solutions. The company points to its commitment to providing vendor-agnostic and holistic solutions as the key elements to its continued success.
As organizations in research, the federal government, pharmaceuticals, biotech and manufacturing face an increased need for technical computing solutions that enable them to rapidly deploy optimized solutions that perform simulations and sophisticated analytics on Big Data, they are struggling to find resources and trusted partners to build out technical computing environments designed for highly specialized needs at an affordable price tag.
RAID aims to meet this growing demand by setting itself apart with its unique methodology and consultative approach to system design, deployment and support through the entire lifecycle.
"As we pass the two-decade mark, we are entering a phase in the evolution of the technical computing marketplace that we believe will take the company to unprecedented levels of growth," said Bob Picardi, chief executive officer, RAID, Inc. "Our clients have confirmed that our unparallel customer-centric philosophy is what separates us from our competitors. Our experience and knowledge of the marketplace, and our truly agnostic approach mean that as technology and performance capabilities of leading infrastructure vendors such as IBM and Microsoft evolve, our clients will continue to meet new standards of excellence in technical computing."
To learn more about RAID's unique approach, please visit our website.
For additional information, please visit www.raidinc.com.
About RAID Incorporated
RAID, Inc. is the industry's most experienced provider of agnostic and holistic custom technical computing solutions. 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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