Xi3™ Represents Substantial Cost Savings
Eliminate the need for custom circuit board development and other redundancies with the use of special Xi3™ backplanes.
Technology infrastructure represents a significant portion of the capital investment for a business’ start-up and advancement.
Constant analysis and evaluation of technology can either be a valued commodity or a crippling liability.
Until now, computing architecture has been rigid in its design with little margin for error. If the wrong technology choices are made, it can be catastrophic to the bottom line. It breeds a host of problems that are at the forefront of any decision surrounding technology acquisition.
As a result, the design of core processing architecture used in today’s computers creates unnecessary manufacturing costs. These costs are the result of redundancies found in the design, manufacturing and support of numerous and variable types of computers that serve unique and specific tasks.
ISYS Technologies™ has pioneered Xi3, a new structural and design standard in computer core processing cost savings.
By eliminating the need for custom circuit board development and these redundancies with the use of special Xi3 backplanes, a manufacturer can add additional, customized processing power, more scalability, and advanced features to their products while actually lowering the cost.
Standardized design gives manufacturers much greater control over the costs associated with production and service.
At the same time processing power can expand exponentially, manufacturers can incorporate as needed unlimited, advanced features. All this, while actually lowering the cost of production.
For example, a manufacturer is required to staff, maintain, and service the systems for various production lines. Redundancy within the different lines increases the cost of the manufactured product.Utilizing Xi3, the manufacturer can use one computing design in virtually any computing application. This reduces the number of varied systems and manufacturing processes unique to each individual application, translating into dramatic cost savings. For businesses, it turns hardware into a renewable asset, diminishing and minimizing the possibility of obsolescence.
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Xi3 NewsMarch 09, 2013:
GEEK: Geek @ SXSW: Xi3, Modular Computing & the PISTON Gaming System Liveblog
March 08, 2013:
NEWS RELEASE: With Demand Growing, Xi3 Corporation Opens Pre-Orders for its PISTON Console (PC)
March 04, 2013:
NEWS RELEASE: Xi3 Corporation to Showcase Modular Computers and Servers at HIMSS13
February 15, 2013:
The Guardian: The future of gaming: key contenders
February 06, 2013:
Develop: The other next generation of consoles
Xi3 EventsOctober 18, 2012:
CETPA 2012: Xi3 to Exhibit at Annual California Educational Technology Professionals Association Conference
October 17, 2012:
RETECH 2012: Xi3 to Exhibit at Leading Renewable Energy Conference
October 12, 2012:
D&H Headquarters: Xi3 Featured During Sales Floor Day
June 21, 2012:
EVENTS: Xi3 to Exhibit at the D&H Mid-Atlantic Summer Technology Show 2012
March 27, 2012:
Xi3 presenting at the Design West 2012 show March 27 - 29
Xi3 AccoladesQUOTE: In a revelation that will perhaps steal the entire (CES 2013) show -- via Gameranx
QUOTE: Xi3 products seem destined to change the way many people look at their systems -- via The Washington Times
QUOTE: The Xi3 Modular Computer has "some impressive stats for something so tiny" -- via the Los Angeles Times
QUOTE: "The Xi3 Modular Computer is one cool-looking desktop in a cube" -- via Engadget
QUOTE: "Hats off to Xi3 . . . for making a better Mac than Apple" via The Desk of DV Dude