The name of the Relion E-series of servers is no doubt a play on “Rely on.”
Even if it isn't, the product collection should get hyped up just for being one of the few to use 80Plus Platinum PSUs.
The real reason behind Penguin Computer's announcement is the Xeon E5-2600 processor though.
In this, the press release resembles that of Dell, which also talks about a Xeon chip, albeit a different model, upgrading a server.
Speaking of the announcement, it makes a point of mentioning the specially designed heatsinks, the modular, high-density integrated fans, redundant power supply options and the set of management tools shipped alongside each server (BIOS and CMOS setting, server and power management).
All E-series have four-year warranties and product pages on the company's website. If you run or serve a company in need of some upgrades, drop by and check out the Relion E-series here.