|Description||Computers, servers, & gaming systems|
|Debt, 1/2013 ||$570k|
|Debt, 2/2014 ||$10M|
Xi3 Corporation has invented a new computer architecture to manufacture tiny, modular and very extremely energy efficient desktop computers, servers, gaming and embedded systems.
The company was founded in 2010, is based in Salt Lake City, Utah, has an intellectual property portfolio with more than 1,000 patents, trademarks, copyrights issued or pending worldwide. Xi3’s first product, the Xi3 Modular Computer (Model X5A), began shipping in 2011. Xi3 Modular Computers are softball-sized machines that replace the traditional motherboard with three miniaturized and interconnected boards that can be easily upgraded and updated.
The X5A Modular Computer is a dual-core x86-based, 64-bit basic computer that needs only 20 Watts of electricity to operate. Xi3 will begin shipping three new products by the end of 2013: the Z3RO Pro Computer, the X7A Modular Computer and the PISTON Console.
The Z3RO Pro Computer is a paperbook-sized dual-core x86-based, 64-bit basic computer that needs only 15 Watts to operate and is ideal for enterprise and residential customers. The X7A Modular Computer is a softball-sized quad-core x86-based, 64-bit power user computer that needs only 40 Watts to operate and is ideal for enterprise and residential customers. Conversely, the PISTON Console is a softball-sized quad-core x86-based, 64-bit computer gaming system. Additionally, the company offers external hard drives known as SLID3 storage solutions, customized chassis, universal mounting brackets, VESA mounts and other accessories.
The company serves a variety of vertical markets, such as education, healthcare, gaming, digital signage, manufacturing, military/aerospace, telecom, embedded systems and more.