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HighPoint Technologies  Profile

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HighPoint Technologies  Company Overview

HighPoint Technologies, Inc., founded in 1995, specializes in providing cost effective multi-channel SATA RAID solutions. The company is a leading provider of host bus adapters and RAID management software. Product families include multi-channel SATA II and SATA I RAID Controllers.

HighPoint Technologies  Products

The types of products manufactured by HighPoint Technologies include SATA II RAID Controller Boards, SATA RAID Controller Boards, e.SATA RAID Kits, ATA RAID Controller Boards, ATA Non-RAID Controller Boards, and Storage Accessories.

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