Texas Memory Systems Touts Records

New data storage performance records set again by Texas Memory Systems

January 29, 2008

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HOUSTON, Texas -- Texas Memory Systems, Inc., producers of The Worlds Fastest Storage®, today announced that it has broken the world data storage performance record and the data storage price-performance record again. The new records were achieved using standard server and storage network hardware and the Texas Memory Systems RamSan-400 solid state disk (SSD) – a device used by IT departments to increase the speed of their enterprise applications in order to accommodate more transactions and users.

Based on audited results submitted to the vendor-neutral Storage Performance Council (SPC), the Texas Memory Systems RamSan-400 solid state disk delivered a record 291,208.58 SPC-1 IOPS™ (input/output requests per second) with a record average response time of just 0.86 milliseconds*. The RamSan-400 also established a new SPC-1 Price-Performance™ record by delivering that performance at just $0.67 per SPC-1 IOPS.

“Texas Memory Systems is to be congratulated for its use of the industry-standard SPC-1 benchmark to validate the world record performance and price-performance of the RamSan-400,” said Walter E. Baker, Administrator of the Storage Performance Council. “This outstanding SPC-1 Result further illustrates the applicability of SPC Benchmarks to measure and compare a wide range of storage products including innovative solid state storage systems such as the RamSan-400.”

Texas Memory Systems Inc.

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