Texas Memory Systems to Participate in World’s Largest Interoperability Demo

11/4/2002 - Texas Memory Systems, producer of the World’s Fastest Storage, announced that it will work with more than 40 storage networking companies at the Storage Networking World (SNW) conference. The Interoperability and Solutions Demo is a regular highlight of the biannual conference and is organized by corporate members of the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA).

As the only solid state storage company participating, Texas Memory Systems will exhibit the RamSan-210 solid state disk. The RamSan-210 uses SDRAM as primary storage media and includes redundant, internal UPS systems and backup disk drives to ensure non-volatility. This disk is incredibly fast, allowing for 700 MB/s of internal bandwidth, 20 microseconds access time, and 200,000 I/Os per second. Used to cache high-traffic data, the RamSan can accelerate SAN performance up to 10x.

"The hard work of SNIA member companies, such as Texas Memory Systems, is the key to success for the SNW Interoperability and Solutions Demo. Our members spent countless hours organizing the demonstration, and their efforts are helping end users to easily manage multi-vendor storage networks," said Sheila Childs, Chairperson of the SNIA Board of Directors.

SNIA member companies participating in the demonstration include: Adaptec, Agilent, Akara, AppIQ, BMC Software, Brocade, Chaparral Network Storage, CIENA Corporation, Cisco Systems, CNT, CommVault Systems, Computer Associates, Crossroads Systems, Decru, EMC, Empirix, Emulex Corporation, Eurologic Systems, Fujitsu Softek, HP, Hitachi Data Systems, IBM Corporation, INRANGE Technologies, Intel Corporation, InterSAN, KOM Networks, Legato Systems, LSI Logic Storage Systems, McDATA, Microsoft, NEC Corporation, NeoScale Systems, Netreon, Network Appliance, Nortel Networks, Overland Storage, QLogic, Quantum Corporation, SANRAD, Spectra Logic Corporation, StoreAge Networking Technologies, Sun Microsystems, Texas Memory Systems, VERITAS Software, Vicom Systems, Vormetric, and XIOtech.

About the SNIA
The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) is a not-for-profit organization, made up of over 300 companies and individuals spanning virtually the entire storage industry. SNIA members share a common goal: to set the pace of the industry by ensuring that storage networks become efficient, complete and trusted solutions across the IT community. To this end the SNIA is uniquely committed to delivering standards, education and services that will propel open storage networking solutions into the broader market.

About Texas Memory Systems
Since 1978, Texas Memory Systems has designed, manufactured, and marketed the fastest storage subsystems on the market. TMS provides solutions across the globe for customers demanding the best performance at the highest value for solid state disks and digital signal processing systems.

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