Posted in News on 02/27/2014 by Chris Stephens
Puget Systems had the privilege of hosting Congressman Dave Reichert (WA-8) for a roundtable discussion with other small business leaders from the area. The meeting was organized by the Pacific Northwest Defense Coalition (PNDC), a group of businesses in Washington and Oregon.
We had a great time at PDXLAN23 this weekend, where we were both a sponsor and an attendee. We came to show our business products, to help out attendees with free loaner equipment and repair services, to give away some great prizes, and...of course, to game!
SEATTLE, WA - Puget Systems (www.pugetsystems.com), a boutique integrator of custom PC systems for enthusiasts, gamers, consumers and SMB markets, today announced availability of AMD Kaveri processors to its Echo and Spirit line of desktop PCs.
Posted in News on 07/02/2013 by Chris Stephens
Puget Systems today announces our further expansion into the server space, with an expanded line of Summit Servers. Customers can expect a more robust offering of sizes and component selection that is included in the Puget Certified line of Summit servers.
Posted in News on 06/17/2013 by Chris Stephens
SEATTLE, WA - Puget Systems (www.pugetsystems.com), a boutique integrator of custom computer workstations has announced the release of its new product: the Peak workstation, a line of accelerated parallel computing workstations. The first model will feature Intel's Xeon Phi Co-Processor and is designed for development work for the new co-processor.
Today, we are announcing a number of new options on our Traverse laptops. We are greatly expanding our screen options, and are providing some security optimizations. Even better, these changes bring more of our services in house, which improves quality and decreases service time!
Puget Systems (www.pugetsystems.com), a boutique integrator of custom PC systems for enthusiasts, professionals, consumers and SMB markets, today launched a new version of its powerful Genesis II workstation, designed from the ground up for quiet operation.
Posted in News on 02/19/2013
Only GTX TITAN has the same rare combination of raw power and efficiency made for the supercomputer. You get 2,688 NVIDIA CUDA cores and 4.5 teraflops of gaming horsepower. Plus, GTX TITAN delivers a 384-bit memory interface running at a blazing fast 6 Gbps for an amazing 288 GB/s of memory bandwidth -- enough power to drive even the most extreme high-resolution gaming.
SEATTLE, WA - Puget Systems (www.pugetsystems.com), a boutique integrator of custom PC systems for enthusiasts, gamers, consumers and SMB markets, today announced a complete refresh in the technology used to build its highly reliable Obsidian workstation.
Intel 3rd Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors incorporate a smaller manufacturing process for lower power usage, and improved Intel HD graphics with DirectX 11 support. For more information, a full Ivy Bridge technology primer is available from Puget Labs.
Sandy Bridge-EP incorporates improved memory bandwidth, more PCI-E lanes, and uses Intel's Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, providing even more performance when needed. For more information, a full Sandy Bridge-E technology primer is available from Puget Systems.
Sandy Bridge-E incorporates improved memory bandwidth, more PCI-E lanes, and uses Intel's Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, providing even more performance when needed. For more information, a full Sandy Bridge-E technology primer is available from Puget Systems.
Posted in News on 08/26/2011 by Chris Bristol
On August 20th, 2011, Jon Bach, President of Puget Systems, was interviewed by John Cook and Todd Bishop of GeekWire. Their discussion focused on current events including the effect the economy has had on computer sales, HP's exit from the computer hardware industry and the future of tablets.
Focusing on reliability, Puget Systems has been eager to adopt a suitable platform for future workstation and entry level server builds. The Intel Xeon processor E3 product family meets this need through it's focus on dependability, security, performance, power management, and virtualization.
The first revision of Sandy Bridge chipsets suffered from a design flaw that caused performance degradation over time on 3Gb/s SATA ports. Puget Systems posted a response to the issue, providing options to circumvent the flaw, or wait for the correction. The new chipset revision corrects this design flaw.
Puget Systems uses its expertise in silent computing to expand its popular Serenity line into the home theater market, and into a new smaller form factor.
Sandy Bridge incorporates improved video performance and memory bandwidth, and uses Intel's Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, providing even more performance when needed. For more information, a full Sandy Bridge technology primer is available from Puget Systems.
"Our hats are off to the Puget development team for their pursuit of excellence." wrote Mike Chin, founder and owner of Silent PC Review. "Puget's SPCR-certified Serenity PC is a truly well-crafted high performance computer at the cutting edge of silent computing."