Raiden series by AVEXIR Technologies Corp. was awarded with the Red Dot, the international distinction for high design quality. Participants from 57 nations had registered about 5,200 products and innovations for the Red Dot Award : Product Design 2016. Only products which set themselves apart considerably through their excellent design receive the sought-after quality seal from the international Red Dot jury.
Raiden series is, a high performance DDR3 / DDR4 gaming memory modules, also the world first memory product with exclusive patented technology of plasma tubes to mimic lightening effect. AVEXIR spent 3 years writing history and successfully making lightning from tiny electricity by using the ionization noble gas in the memory modules. We have tried hundreds of types of gas and finally found the right one, which breaks the space limitation of 0.85 cm without compromising memory performance.
For the appearance of the heat spreader, we refused to go along with the traditional design. We transformed the lightning into colorful polygons leaping asymmetrically, which echoes the real sparks running through the ion current pipe on the top of the module.
About the Red Dot Design Award
In order to appraise the wide scope of design in a professional manner, the Red Dot Design Award is broken down into the three distinct disciplines: the Red Dot Award: Product Design, Red Dot Award: Communication Design and Red Dot Award: Design Concept. The Red Dot Award is organised by the Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen in Essen, Germany. With more than 17,000 entries in 2015 alone, it is one of the largest competitions in the world. It was in 1955 that a jury convened for the first time to assess the best designs of the day. The name and brand of the award were developed in the 1990s by Red Dot CEO, Professor Dr. Peter Zec. Since then the sought-after "Red Dot" is the revered international seal of outstanding design quality. Further information: http://www.red-dot.org/.
Raiden series triumphs in Red Dot Award: Product Design 2016
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