Meet TrueRack®

A powerfully flexible rack-scale architecture that takes the guesswork out of building large scale data center applications.

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Simplify your Datacenter with TrueRack

Dealing with data and applications growth with a limited budget is difficult. You need a solution that handles PB size data sets and heavy compute loads, is ideal for hundreds of clustered servers, and lowers your costs.

The rack-scale infrastructure delivered by TrueRack solves all these issues. Each TrueRack offers:

  • Easy and Repeatable Configuration and Planning
  • Proven Systems with Choice of Software
  • Hybrid and All-Flash Data Storage that Scale to 5PB
  • Hundreds of Virtual Clusters for Agility and Efficiency
  • 70% lower TCO than AWS
  • Scalable Infrastructure Deployment

Our TrueRack solutions stair-step from a compact 1/4 rack system to multi-rack configurations that flexibly combine industry leading storage, servers, networking, software, and support. Our U.S-based manufacturing facility has strict quality control procedures for every step of the production and assembly process. Each TrueRack is pre-integrated, deployed, and validated in your data center or colocation facility.

Whether you are just starting out or need a solution with high capacity compute or storage, there is an TrueRack configuration that meets your needs.

TrueRack Datasheet

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VSAN Solution Brief

What Our Clients Are Saying

“Our previous solution made expansion very difficult, and would have required multiple servers, splitting up storage between them. With TrueNAS, we can very easily extend our volume as much as needed by adding drives and expansion shelves.”

– Ben Diger
Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

“ When doing maintenance at 3am, every minute counts. Boot times and VM build times have been reduced by more than half.”

– Todd Lamonia
IT WorldWide Services

“We've had the pleasure of working with iXsystems.They're very responsive and accommodating to our needs, even when our needs shift or are atypical.”

– Daniel Vargas
Stanford University