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April 21, 2009

AIC launches Gemini Server and Storage platforms

The new platform claims to improve bandwidth capabilities and give users free access to 72 lanes of PCI Express

By CBR Staff Writer

Advanced Industrial Computer has launched Gemini Server and Storage platforms that enables visual computing, video streaming and data transfer rate from post-productions to content distributions.

The company said that Gemini platform with dual Intel 5520 chipsets improves bandwidth capabilities and gives users free access to 72 lanes of PCI Express. It supports two dual/quad-core Intel Xeon processor 5500 series, DDR3 technology, and Advanced Industrial Computer (AIC)-patented MAX input/output (I/O) technology featuring user-definable I/O specifications.

With energy-optimizing features such as automated low-power states and Intel Turbo Boost Technology, AIC Gemini Series Server and Storage Bare-Bones System delivers a combination of speed, power savings and deployment flexibility, according to AIC.

Sherman Tang, vice president of AIC-platform solution group, said: By implementing Intel’s most advanced designs to date in processors and chipsets with AIC-patented MAX I/O technology, AIC Gemini platform delivers amazing performance and capability to maximize all available data bandwidth. It enables post production professionals and content providers to increase work efficiency, reduce production cost and provides unmatched business capabilities.

Headquartered in City of Industry, California, AIC has offices and operations throughout the United States, Asia and Europe. It is a provider of OEM/ODM server and storage systems for a wide variety of markets. AIC has over 100 years of combined experience in mechanical, electronic and system-level engineering.

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