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Professional Computing Media Developer Platforms
Raccoon Technologies Incorporated designs, builds, supports, and maintains next generation
professional 3D visualization and video streaming content production computer systems.
All designs are based on an ecology model of upgrade planning, wholesale high-end channel
partnership for member price gains, and durable-goods lifecycle with buy-back marketplace.
Any investment in tools over $2000 should have this kind of support. Raccoon Technologies
provides that channel.
RTI designs, builds, and supports through warranty a line of business computer products under the
brand "Heavy Machines"™, based on a large-format horizontal-alignment workstation chassis
XCORE FRAME™ platform. XCORE FRAME™ allows for changing memory, processor, and core
architecture without repurchase of other peripheral devices, and supporting future technology in
a classic industry standards architecture of hardware with service centers and free installation.
Heavy Machines are AGC style workstation-like PC systems build for interactive 3D content creators
and developers, under $10,000 USD and for lifecycles of 5-10 years like business machines.
Advanced Gaming Computers™
Entry level workstation and personal computer solutions using high-end Advanced Micro Devices
processor technology are sold under "Advanced Gaming Computers™" and "Advanced Gaming Systems™".
AGC and packages (AGS) are geared toward the $2000 to $6000 PC market, above consoles and below
Heavy Machines(tm), Xeon Workstations, Business Servers, and Mainframes. Their goal is to
provide for the PC framework to become a durable good with 5-10 year support cycle, as found
in higher end business machines.
Raider Engine Kits™
Upgrade kits for most small and mid tower PCs, for $500, adding RTX 2060 6 GB cards and power supplies.
Great for any consumer or office PC that you want to start gaming on. Raider Engine Kits™ are designed
for users with their own software who want to upgrade, not replace their machine completely.