Published on March 2nd,2011 at 7:49 AM
By >Ike

[CEBIT 2011] Ultra X, The diagnostics experts.

Have you ever been in one of those situations where you are gaming and all of a sudden your harddrives crashes and fails? Or you are listening to your favorite MP3s only to find out that there is no music?  You check your computer and find out that your drive has died. It is one of those computer moments that you wished that you had something telling you that your drive is about to crash.

At the CeBit today we talked to a company called Ultra-X (http://www.uxd.com/) that, in our view, makes a unique product. They created a PC Diagnostic tool. It is a nifty piece of hardware that analyzes and monitors your hardware. From RAM to PCI ports and actually everything that is connected to your mainboard including your mainboard itself.  And not just for the PC but also for your mobile device, your server and your laptop.

Ultra-X , Inc. has been around  for over 20 years and the company was founded in 1987 in the heart of Silicon Valley.  Their technology has allowed them to be key players in the industry of diagnostic tools having formed close relationships with Intel and AMD.  Their cutting edge products continue evolve as the computer industry evolves and that means that Ultra-X will always be up to date with cutting edge technology that can be used for every purpose.

              
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