OffMyServer Renames Company iXsystems

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OffMyServer Anniversary marked with a new name and expanding products and services.

OffMyServer, a full-service systems integrator and server manufacturer announced today that it has changed its name to iXsystems. The company develops BSD-based network and security appliances and advanced datacenter and network infrastructure solutions including blade servers and other open technologies.

iXsystems will continue to provide a comprehensive range of server manufacturing and systems integration services for enterprise companies, government, and institutions of higher education. As it gets ready to release a new appliance and rackmount server line, iXsystems will continue to introduce new initiatives that benefit customers.

"We have a new name, but our mission is the same as ever. We are here to provide solutions that work for our customers," said Mike Lauth, President and CEO of iXsystems. "We do what we say we're going to do. We approach each opportunity as a partnership, our team working side-by-side with our customers to transfer knowledge and guide the project through completion. As a result, we have established a solid reputation for on-time, on-budget server integration and manufacturing projects."

A continually profitable, privately held firm with longstanding customer relationships, the company's offerings include innovative rackmount server and storage products, network appliances, and FreeBSD consulting. iXsystems provides extensive design, support, and management services for organizations such as Juniper Networks, Trend Microsystems, the U.S. Army, NOAA, and many others.

About iXsystems

iXsystems, a company nestled in the famous Golden Triangle of Silicon Valley, provides FreeBSD and Linux based Internet infrastructure grade rackmount servers, network appliances, enterprise blade servers, and storage products to a global market. The iXsystems management team consists of former executives and employees from BSDi.

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