G.S. Precision Inc. in Brattleboro recently donated a Dell EqualLogic PS4000 Series Internet SCSI storage area network to River Valley Community College in Claremont.
The unit “is designed to bring enterprise-class features, intelligence, automation and reliability to remote or branch office, departmental and small-to-medium business (SMB) storage deployments,” according to Dell’s website.
Thomas Allen, a 2015 River Valley graduate assisted with the installation. Allen studied in the Networking and Cybersecurity and Healthcare IT degree programs at River Valley, and now works as a Project Leader in G.S. Precision’s IT Department.
Founded in 1958, G.S. Precision focuses on bringing cutting-edge technology and business values based on a philosophy of continuous improvement to the field of high-tech manufacturing. Its customers rely on the company’s proven capabilities to manufacture a wide variety of parts, including those with high degrees of complexity and extremely tight tolerances.
The company is committed to continuously improving its processes and is dedicated to customer satisfaction, based on quality, efficiency and reliability.
To learn more about G.S. Precision Inc., visit www.gsprecision.com/about.
Photo cutline: Thomas Allen, a Project Leader in G.S. Precision’s IT Department, installs a Dell Internet storage area network recently at River Valley Community College in Claremont. The unit was donated by G.S. Precision. Allen is a 2015 River Valley graduate.