MILPITAS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Argon Systems, Inc., a premier provider of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI), has launched a comprehensive line of servers optimized for cloud computing. HCI is the next generation of hardware for the Software Defined Datacenter combining storage, compute, and network capacity with virtualization and the OS all in a single integrated system. Argon Systems’ servers partnered with Microsoft Azure provide the ultimate set of solutions resulting in decreased operating costs and increased flexibility.
Argon Systems offers highly flexible HCI optimized for Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Datacenter. Argon Systems is a Microsoft Certified Partner offering Microsoft certified servers that meet or exceed the critical computing and ever-changing needs for enterprises and service providers. Servers from Argon Systems ship ready-to-deploy at power on.
The Argon Systems’ product line of servers includes:
- Argon Systems Server 3000 – HCI with all NVMe option for maximum IOPS (Input/Output Operations Per Second)
- Argon Systems Server 5000 – High-performance high-storage capacity optimal for SQL Server
- Argon Systems Server 6000 – Powerful HCI with flexible storage capacity
"The combination of HCI and the Windows Server 2016 Datacenter creates a disruptive technology offering," said Argon Systems CEO Robert Keith. "This offering gives customers enterprise-class solutions at a fraction of the cost, while also being much easier to manage," he stated.
ABOUT ARGON SYSTEMS
Founded in 2015, Argon Systems is the premier provider of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure optimized for Microsoft based cloud computing. They began developing cloud technologies in 2008 with Microsoft Windows Cloud OS. Its founder, Robert Keith, has been awarded more than 40 patents for cloud, networking, storage and computing technologies. Most of these patents on cloud have been acquired by Microsoft.
Argon Systems is a leading expert in Azure hybrid cloud solutions, HCI, and Rack Scale Design (RSD). RSD is the Intel initiative for making datacenters operate, scale, and refresh more efficiently by leveraging the best techniques in networking, virtualization, and resource pooling.
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