Arraid has been in
business since 1993. The company operates from its main facility in Phoenix, AZ
where all engineering, production, marketing, and administrative activities are
performed. The Sales organization is headquartered in Phoenix, AZ. Products are
sold and serviced worldwide through Arraid's sales offices as well as exclusive
resellers in certain countries. Arraid is registered as a small business with
the Defense Logistics Agency and is assigned CAGE code 09DC0. Arraid is a
privately held Arizona corporation, and forms part of the Reactive Group of
(The next paragraph below is from a 2002 news story still provides a
Arraid's data storage products are ideally
suited for upgrading mini, mainframe, and real-time computer systems. Due to
limitations in the original software or hardware, these systems are often unable
to migrate to later computer platforms and storage systems. Arraid drive
emulation products provide an economical way to improve data storage without
modifications to the computer's hardware, operating system, or software.
storage products overview,
|who's who in SSD? - ARRAID|
by Zsolt Kerekes,
editor - StorageSearch.com
There are many clues by which you
can recognize a military data storage company. But as there are also many
companies which dip their toes into this market from other places it doe make
a definitive list problematic.
Take ARRAID as an example.
supplies modern plug-compatible replacements for long obsolete storage
drives such as 8" hard drives, obsolete tape drives and floppies with
interfaces which have long ceased to be talked about much except in the
As you probably know specifiers in the
military SSD market
spend a great deal of time and trouble trying to insulate themselves from
EOL and changeable BOM SSDs.
While ARRAID isn't strictly speaking an SSD supplier it does used flash SSDs as
the storage media inside many of its magnetic storage emulation products.
June 2017 ARRAID was acquired by