Posted on 2017/10/12
Ready To Go (RTG) Servers will make its debut at Broadcast India, joining master distributors Boston IT Solutions on stand A104.
The RTG Legend W435, an enterprise power-user workstation, will make its world-wide premier at the event, an exciting launch for all visitors to Broadcast India who will also get opportunity to meet with the RTG Servers team. Designed with applications such as Adobe© Creative Suite, Autodesk M&E Collection, and Avid all in mind, the workstation supports a variety of workloads. Dual Intel® Xeon® E5-2620 v4 multi-core processors, an NVIDIA® Quadro™ K420 graphics card and ample upgradeable memory make the RTG Legend W435 a powerful, cost-effective solution that can run multiple applications simultaneously.
Designed, built, and tested in world class facilities in Bangalore, the RTG Legend W435 can be further enhanced with additional upgrade options to meet your specific application requirements.
Further solutions in the RTG Legend Series include the RTG Legend 530, a solution tailored for virtualization, software defined storage, datacentre applications and web hosting – enabling a simplified and consolidated support approach that lowers cost.
As per their name, all Ready To Go Legend Series servers are delivered with next business day warranty as standard, and for every solution ordered at Broadcast India, customers will receive a CoolerMaster X-PAD aluminum professional mouse pad as a free gift.
Manoj Nayee, Managing Director, Boston Limited, says; “Boston are pleased, as master distributors, to welcome RTG Servers to our stand at Broadcast India for the first time. The RTG Legend Series caused a stir when they were launched in a series of roadshows across India in April this year. Since then, the solutions have received positive reviews and our network of resellers have been busy stocking and selling solutions for next day delivery across the country. I invite attendees of Broadcast India to visit our stand A104 and find out more about this exceptional range of solutions.”