Agrisea Information

Agrisea Technologies was founded in June of 1996 by Edward Agrisea. A list of model names for the computer & server lines was developed (that list is located on the Copyright page) and they would be applied to specific cpu's from Advanced Micro Devices (also known as AMD.) Agrisea had started using AMD in computers back in 1989 and was so impressed with their performance that he made a conscious decision to only build products using AMD processors. Agrisea only sells new branded custom desktop computers, workstations, and servers. Many people are under the impression that a "custom" computer is just something 'someone threw together and slapped their name on it.' Agrisea takes great pride in designing exact specifications for every desktop computer, workstation, & server that bears the Agrisea logo. They use the best components, are made in the USA, and we stand behind our products.

Prior to 2004, all Agrisea computers and servers had a three year warranty. In 2004, the Infinity Warranty was introduced and placed on specific branded desktop systems and offered as an optional upgrade for all other models. The reason that particular warranty was introduced was due to the extreme longevity Agrisea had noticed on all previous models.

In January of 2009, Agrisea signed up (as required by Oregon law) as a manufacturer of the 'Agrisea Tornado' & 'Agrisea Tsunami' with Oregon's DEQ. Agrisea Pod, a backplane full of hard drives, was introduced.

In November of 2011, Agrisea introduced the most powerful gaming PC in the world, dubbed the 'Agrisea Firestorm' - A side-by-side test with the top of the line Alienware showed who had the best gaming computer, it was not them. Oddly enough, Dell buys Alienware...

In February of 2012, Agrisea adds one, three, and five year warranties to certain models. The Agrisea Tornado business model is introduced.

In April of 2013, the Agrisea Tornado sForce now runs the A-Series of multi-core processors from AMD and is in a small form-factor case. The Agrisea Tornado business model adds an optional mobile rack that allows hard drives or SSD's to be removed (when the computer is off) and stored in a secure location. In July, Agrisea becomes a member of the AMD Fusion Partner Program.

In February 2014, Agrisea replaces the primary hard drive with a Solid State Drive (SSD) in branded computers, adds a backup hard drive to the business model, and updates the Infinity Warranty with a renewable three year hardware refresh.

On February 28, 2014, the web site is released from registration as it is no longer in use.

On April 4, 2014, all email addresses to various departments or people were removed, due to ever increasing spam. Those wishing to contact Agrisea must use the Customer Support [Help Desk].

On June 10, 2014, AMD (finally) officially recognizes Agrisea as a system builder - Click here to view it.

On March 9, 2015, Agrisea becomes a Xerox Authorized Partner.

On September 18, 2015, the Agrisea Hurricane is reintroduced as a professional workstation. It featured quad AMD Opteron's with a total of 64 cores and lots of other interesting technologies.

On June 11th, 2016, Agrisea Technologies Corporation celebrated 20 years of being in business with an event called "Come Fly A Kite" - After being told to "go fly a kite" for so many years, it seemed oddly appropriate. :) The owners of Lakeview TrueValue & Base Camp RV Park agreed to help sponsor our party (Base Camp graciously cooked and let us use their facility) and if the wind had been a bit more cooperative, locals would have seen close to 100 kites in the sky. As it was, we all had fun and everyone who attended had lunch for free. Thank you!

On November 28, 2016, Agrisea upgrades to the Xerox Global Partner Program.

On December 31, 2016, Agrisea ends all sales of Microsoft Windows operating systems on Agrisea-branded PCs.

On January 2, 2017, "ubuntu Linux or none" will be the only choices for an operating system on an Agrisea-branded desktop PC or server. Interest rate was added to all invoice & statement forms to affect those who do not pay on time. Wireless Security Camera Systems & Alarm Systems are added to the Local Services page.

In March 2018, the Agrisea Hurricane (workstation) is redesigned to take advantage of AMD's new processors: a Threadripper & Epyc version. All other servers & desktop PC's also get an update to the latest technology.

In August 2018, our main phone line is changed to 541.219.1546. Remote Support is added for those requiring a "virtual on-site visit".

In December 2018, custom designed vinyl banners, flags, magnetics, decals, yard signs are added to the Local Services web page.

On January 3, 2019, Agrisea Tornado model 3, Agrisea Tornado sForce, & Agrisea Tornado business model were phased out. Agrisea Tornado model 5 no longer offers the infinity warranty. The Agrisea Firestorm gets an update.

On April 29, 2019, Agrisea was approved for a partnership with Tripp Lite to provide more Power Protection options to clients, from surge bars with an insurance warranty to power back up systems.

August 11, 2019, Agrisea releases the newly designed Agrisea Tsunami (model: AT4e) that is based on AMD's 2nd Generation EPYC server processor. read more about it in the official Press Release.

August 23, 2019, Agrisea releases the 2U model of the Agrisea Tsunami (model: AT2e) that is based on dual 2nd Gen AMD EPYC server processors - 128 Cores & 256 Threads!

Agrisea Technologies Corporation is a privately held high technology company based in Lakeview, Oregon, USA.
Credit card processing is by Square and general banking is with Washington Federal.
The Employee Identification Number is: 80-0904787 and State of Oregon Registry Number is: 92298299.
Agrisea-branded desktop PC's & workstations are listed for 2019 with the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), who also maintains a list of manufacturer brands and compliance status.
View either the Products or Local Services web page for hours of operation.

Oregon E-Cycles Notice
Oregon E-Cycles is a statewide program that began January 1, 2009 [ORS 459.300-.365]. It provides free recycling of computers, monitors, televisions, printers, mice, and keyboards. The program is financed by electronics manufacturers and jointly implemented with the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), who also maintains a list of manufacturer brands and compliance status.

Also on January 1, 2009, Oregon retailers (and those who sell to Oregon residents) may only sell those computers, monitors, and television models that are listed as "compliant" on the list DEQ maintains. If a brand is not listed, it may not be sold in or into Oregon. Sales restrictions apply to all types of sales including in-store, catalog, phone, and internet sales.
Agrisea-branded computing products are listed, see for yourself.

To read more about the Oregon E-Cycles Program, please click here or on the logo below.

Only valid Agrisea-branded computing products may be returned to Agrisea for an in-store credit - We do not accept other manufacturer's equipment. The computer case (or server product) along with the mouse and keyboard (if originally sold with the product) is accepted. For more information, please click here.

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