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SGI Targets Mid-Market With New Storage Play

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SGI, the company formed when Rackable Systems purchased what was left of bankrupt Silicon Graphics and then adopted its name, plans to introduce a new high-density storage system for midrange customers to meet both high throughput and high performance needs.

Before its purchase by Rackable in April, SGI (NASDAQ: SGI) had a small storage business that account for between 10 percent to 20 percent of its sales volume. So storage was a part of its business but not a major part. SGI hopes to beef up that business with this lower-cost offering aimed at a broader market...

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