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Solid Data, Atec Partner
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 a new reseller partnership with Atec Group, the leading business information architecture firm in the Northeastern United States.
Based on the complementary expertise between the two companies, Atec's customers will have access to integrated, proven and trusted SSD technology solutions.
For those systems under extremely high transaction load, application response times are greatly enhanced by removing the I/O bottleneck with SSD technology. Solid Data's SSD systems store and retrieve data with a latency of less than 10 microseconds, making these appliances the highest performing low latency non-volatile, external storage systems in the industry -- 500 times faster than mechanical disk storage. When application performance drives the success of a business, such as in electronic trading, real-time data processing, and extreme transaction processing, the performance-to-cost ratio becomes more attractive compared to cost of, and management issues associated with, exponential numbers of additional servers.
"Dramatic growth in high-volume, high-transaction applications, especially in the financial markets, has created a demand for the type of cutting-edge technology available only with SSD-enhanced architecture," said Wade Tuma, CEO of Solid Data Systems. "Atec Group understands and recognizes the use of SSDs as the most optimal solution for many of their customers, and we are pleased to be partnering with them."
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