Press Release: Puget Systems Launches Ivy Bridge PCs

Posted on April 29, 2012 by Jon Bach

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Puget Systems Launches Ivy Bridge PCs

Puget Systems Refreshes Their Offerings With Intel's Z77 Chipset and 3rd Generation Core Processors

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 Intel 3rd Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors to its full line of PCs and workstations.

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.

"This is a major refresh to our product line" said Jon Bach, president of Puget Systems. "It touches everything from our small form factor Echo systems, all the way up to our Deluge gaming PCs.  The lower power draw and improved integrated graphics performance of Ivy Bridge is an exciting step forward."


Available Systems

In addition to immediate availability on their custom built computers, Puget Systems is offering the new Intel 3rd Generation Core Processors on the following high performance systems:

  • Echo: A small form factor PC optimized for home usage and home theater.
  • Spirit: An affordable desktop with incredible upgrade potential.
  • Obsidian: Our most stable, dependable, business class workstation.
  • Serenity: A powerful personal computer optimized for quiet operation.
  • Deluge: An extreme liquid cooled gaming computer.
  • Traverse: A full line of high performance laptops.

For more information, or to custom tailor an Ivy Bridge system, please visit (https://www.pugetsystems.com). Product is in stock, and customers ordering online will have their new systems built and shipped within 5-7 business days.


Qualification by Puget Labs

In addition to carrying Ivy Bridge, Puget Systems is dedicated to helping their customers understand the new processors.  Puget Labs, a new arm of the company dedicated to research, development and publication, has published a full Intel Ivy Bridge Technology Primer.


About Puget Systems

Puget Systems is a specialized integrator of custom personal computing systems meticulously designed to exceed the discriminating requirements of consumers, enthusiasts, gamers and businesses in multiple industries. Puget Systems combines industry-unique custom innovations, the highest quality leading-edge components with an unparalleled commitment to personal service and support. Founded in 2000, Puget Systems is headquartered in its new facility in Auburn, Washington. For more information, please visit www.pugetsystems.com

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Media Contact:
President, Jon Bach
Puget Systems
(425) 458-0273 x6003
jonbach@pugetsystems.com

Anonymous

What kind of degree or major would you need to work at a company like this?

Posted on 2012-05-01 06:48:25

It depends on the position.  What we look for in a web programmer is completely different from what we look for in a creative designer.

Posted on 2012-05-01 17:11:46
Michael Tran

Thanks Jon, for your swift and timely response. Unfortunately I can't say the same for mine. I've been building computers since the beginning of my high school academic career as sort of a hobby. Despite my parents constant negativity towards it and their belief that it took away from my studies, I really did enjoy the experience of building my first AMD Athlon to AMD Phenom II and now Intel Ivybridge computers.

I'm a high school Senior from Sammamish, Washington: moved here in 2003 from North
Carolina and prior to that, California. I can say for a fact, I
certainly do not want to work at a company, particularly Boeing where
such events might occur and I might face the same decisions and outcomes
my family went through.  My parents want me to go and be a part of Boeing and become an aerospace engineer, but seeing as how it really changed my family, forcing us to move all over the country and placing me in certain family situations and arguments, I just don't see it as a viable and worthwhile area to study and job I'd like to do for the rest of my life. Hence why I really want to pursue a career related to the things I love to do: building computers and possibly the computer industry.

I try to ignore everyone's criticism and two cents about my hobby and my possible future, but it's still a tough decision to decide whether to continue in your father's footsteps or go off and do what you really want to do.

Did you really believe you would end up where you are today, following your passion, your dream? Would pursuing a degree in electrical engineering be the right choice to go into the computer industry with?

Posted on 2012-05-29 04:31:41

Michael, electrical engineering is an *excellent* choice for a career in computers.  We need more engineers in our industry who really understand what's going on at a fundamental level inside a PC.  It makes for better design, better quality control....that sort of knowledge has been crucial to the decision processes that has made Puget Systems successful.  Go get that degree!  Then submit your resume to me when you're done :)

Posted on 2012-05-29 15:26:18

Heh, I'm glad to hear such reassuring words :) I sure will do my best to learn all that I can and get that degree! For now, I'll be looking forward to see what will change in the next four years, not just in my life, but in the computer industry and Puget Systems.

Posted on 2012-05-30 00:17:51