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Solid Data Expands PSO

Solid Data announces expansion of Professional Services Organization to meet increased demand for SSD solutions

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Solid Data Systems, Inc., the leading global provider of DRAM-based enterprise and carrier-class solid state disk (SSD) storage systems, today announced the expansion of their Professional Services Organization. This group specializes in consulting services to optimize the use of SSDs in high transaction rate applications, and is a reflection of the increased use of SSDs as the core storage for these applications.

In the new organizational structure, the professional services team will be led by Mark Hayashida and aligned by vertical industry expertise. Key vertical industries of focus include financial services, on-line retailing, and telecommunications. Industry leaders in these areas benefit greatly from Solid Data SSD solutions. These are proven solutions that capitalize on Solid Datas years of experience in these industries.

The Solid Data Professional Services program offers free initial phone consultation, on-site architectural assessment and evaluation, and technical and cost analysis on proposed SSD-based architectural solutions.

“The increasing transaction rates driven by the Internet and wireless mobile services have heralded a new age of memory-based storage," said Wade Tuma, CEO of Solid Data Systems. "Our goal is to provide our customers with the most reliable and cost-effective approaches to increasing peak transaction rates and server load stability that incorporate the best-in-class of solid state disk (SSD) technology.”

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