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Happy Thanksgiving Everyone

Hello everyone,

For our Thanksgiving update, I wanted to put out a quick update to inform everyone of the current status on our two fundraisers.

As it stands, we are $4999 away from having the required funds to fill the RAID Array for SETI at Home.  The RAID box and the set of quick rails have been delivered to the SETI at Home offices, all that remains now is to fill the array with 2TB Hard Drives.  Until we fill the RAID Array with hard drives, it's just a fancy box, so if you can spare a donation, please do so to help us complete this project. Read more »

GPU Users Group Files for 501c3 (Tax-Exempt) Status

Hello Everyone,

Today I'm very proud to announce that the GPU Users Group Inc has officially submitted our paperwork (form 1023) to the Internal Revenue Service for 501(c)(3) status.  For those interested, you can track the progress of our application as it passes through the US Postal System via this tracking number: 70110470000080843863

What This Means For the Donor:

As we have submitted our paperwork, the GPU Users Group Inc may now operate as a tax-exempt organization. Read more »

11/10/2011 Update

Hello Everyone,

On Nov 5, 2011 we kicked off our RAID Box and 45 Hard Drives fundraisers.  I'm proud to announce that today, Nov 10, 2011 we have raised the required amount for the RAID Box thanks to our generous donors.  

As such we have ordered the RAID box along with a set of quick rails for the box to make instillation much easier for the SETI at Home team.  These items will be shipped directly to the SETI at Home offices.  I'll follow up with the tracking information for both units once we receive it.  Read more »

Plan now for serious hard drive shortages: Tips to reduce risk

Recent natural disasters have caused major flooding in Thailand, resulting in a hard drive shortage. Rick Vanover shares some tips to help mitigate exposure to the supply chain interruption.

http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/networking/plan-now-for-serious-hard-drive-shortages-tips-to-reduce-risk/4976?tag=nl.e102

Looks like it might be a while before we can actually get the hard drives for SETI.

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