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Memory Industry Leader Dataram To Unveil Data Storage Acceleration Product Line


PRINCETON, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dataram Corporation [NASDAQ:DRAM], a worldwide leader of advanced memory solutions, today announced plans to launch a unique storage product line that will deliver application performance improvements as well as cost savings without the need for an expensive storage upgrade or replacement. This product launch supports Dataram's corporate strategy to deliver data center solutions that optimize performance, leverage existing IT investments, and make measurable reductions in the total cost of ownership associated with these assets.

"Companies have increased their focus on maximizing performance, extending the life of their existing infrastructure, stretching their hardware dollars and achieving substantial cost savings," said John H. Freeman, Dataram's President and CEO. "For more than four decades Dataram has set the standard for performance and reliability in memory, and we look forward to taking an evolutionary, yet exciting step into data storage acceleration."

Dataram's U.S. manufacturing facility, strategically located distribution centers, and sales offices located on three continents will allow the company to serve a diverse clientele with its upcoming product line. Over the past year, the company made significant investments in research and development. Early customer evaluations are currently being conducted before the products are shown publicly for the first time at SNW in October.

"Early customer feedback has been very positive," said Jason Caulkins, Dataram's Chief Technologist. "We have significantly improved their application performance resulting in immediate, positive return on investment."

In its 42 year history, Dataram has placed particular focus on users with demanding, complex and transaction-intensive environments where performance and reliability are critical. Its memory solutions have been successfully deployed in industries such as financial services, life sciences, oil and gas, government and defense.

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