At Cloud Expo Europe, PROMISE launched VSky A-Series - new scale-out storage solutions that enable businesses to scale, access and archive at petabyte volumes. Plus, PROMISE launched the high-density VSky H/J server/storage platform.
At NAB, PROMISE introduced the VTrak A-Class shared storage appliance. PROMISE introduced the world’s first Thunderbolt 2 storage solutions with Apple and Intel – Pegasus2 and SANLink2. The Vess A2000 appliance for IP video surveillance was introduced and the Vess R2600fiD won the prestigious Computex 2013 Best Choice Golden Award.
PROMISE introduced the high-density VTrak J930s, the Vess R2000 Series for video surveillance and IT, plus two new portable Thunderbolt solutions, Pegasus J2 and J4. Pegasus was recognized with the 20th annual Taiwan Excellence Award.
PROMISE introduced the world’s first Thunderbolt solutions, Pegasus and SANLink and introduced VTrak x30 for OS X. PROMISE was named ‘Best Storage Partner’ at MacWorld Asia, won the Computex Best Choice Award for its Vess RAID 1000, and was named to Everything Channel’s CRN Data Center top 100.
PROMISE pioneered the next generation ROMB (RAID on Motherboard) solution.
PROMISE started to ship the VTrak E-Class to the Mac professional video editing market.
PROMISE introduced the VTrak E-Class enterprise external storage solution which soon became a favorite of the media and entertainment market. Additionally, PROMISE introduced the first DLNA certified NAS solution – SmartStor (NS4300).
PROMISE continued its development in the storage industry by launching the first VTrak SAS JBOD.
PROMISE won the Intel Developer Forum Technology Innovation Award for Storage and launched the VTrak M-Class single controller subsystem with iSCSI and Fibre Channel connectivity.
PROMISE led in ATA RAID for IA Servers for the 3rd consecutive year with an 83% market share and the company established the PROMISE Technology Germany branch office.
PROMISE Taiwan was listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (PROMISE Technology, Inc 3057.TW) and the company shipped the first six-drive ATA RAID 5 controller.
PROMISE Technology won the 4th Rising Star Award presented by the Ministry of Economic Affairs. Plus, the company officially established the PROMISE Technology Holland branch office and entered the Chinese market by establishing the PROMISE Technology Shanghai branch office.
PROMISE became the leading supplier of RAID cards in Japan which also opened the video surveillance market.
PROMISE created the first RAID on motherboard chip and also established the first PROMISE Technology office in Holland.
PROMISE's FastTrak Series RAID HBA, later followed by the SuperTrak Series, catapulted PROMISE’s RAID Controller to the top of the industry as it was installed in nine out of ten motherboards produced by Taiwanese manufacturers.
PROMISE's disk duplicator helps the company take a big step forward and move up in the industry.
The VESA IDE chipset was compatible with industry leaders, a blockbuster move for PROMISE.
PROMISE Technology Taiwan officially began operations in the Hsinchu Science Park in February of 1991.