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Adaptec Joins IBM BladeCenter S
MILPITAS, Calif. -- Adaptec, Inc. (Nasdaq: ADPT), a global leader in storage solutions, today announced that IBM is integrating its RAID Storage Processor (RSP) technology into the highly- successful IBM BladeCenter S, creating the industry's first fully redundant, shared blade storage system. The Adaptec RAID technology being deployed by IBM is part of the technology portfolio of Aristos Logic Corporation that Adaptec acquired in August 2008.
"IBM has been a valued customer and Adaptec is extremely proud to contribute to IBM's development of such a game-changing product," said S. "Sundi" Sundaresh, Adaptec's president and CEO. "With the deployment of Adaptec's RAID technology in IBM's BladeCenter family, we have taken a significant step in strengthening our OEM business. We are committed to developing data storage solutions that provide the performance, features and efficiencies required to allow global market leaders to compete in the rapidly evolving IT marketplace."
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