History

Founded in 1981, Winchester Systems introduced its first 5 MB disk system for Intel development system users. Since then, the company has been providing high-performance, external storage systems tailored to the specific needs of commercial-computing customers using systems ranging from DEC VAX and various flavors and various flavors of UNIX, Solaris, Microsoft Windows and Linux – and now VMware, Hyper-V and other virtualized environments.

Beginning in 1991 with the U.S. Defense Mapping Agency during Operation Desert Storm, the company has also been supplying robust COTS-Rugged servers and storage arrays to the U.S. military for geospatial intelligence and data acquisition. And since 2000, it’s been producing U.S. MIL-SPEC compliant storage systems.

Winchester Systems brings the best of its commercial and military experience to the company’s products—and to each client engagement. This unique combination of technology and expertise enables Winchester Systems to deliver robust, high-performance storage architectures that operate consistently in environments ranging from carefully-conditioned data centers to dusty closets—and even battlefield conditions.

Winchester Systems has also steadfastly stood behind its solution partners after each sale, developing a worldwide reputation for dependable products and exceptional customer service and support.