9/8/2004 - Texas Memory Systems, Inc., makers of the World’s Fastest Storage®, announced its expansion across Europe with five new resale partnerships. The companies joining Texas Memory Systems' resale network are the Reactive Group, Business Systems International (BSI), and Computerworld in the United Kingdom; eSeSIX Computer of Germany; TeraSystem of Italy and Wired Informaticia e Sistemas of Portugal. Texas Memory Systems has increased its presence in Europe to meet growing demand for high performance solid state storage.
"We are delighted to work with Texas Memory Systems because they provide us with the attention to detail and innovation in the RamSan range of solid state disks that our clients have come to expect from Reactive," said Terry Wright, Technical Director at Reactive Group. "When it comes to the highest level of I/O performance and uptime in the data centre, Texas Memory Systems are a distinct leader."
Reactive Group Ltd. (www.reactivegroup.com) specializes in the design and deployment of high performance data storage software and systems and the optimization of data transport systems. Based in based in Kingsclere, Hampshire, England, Reactive Group is a NATO N-Cage and ISO9001/9002 certified supplier. They work with the likes of the UK Ministry of Defense, Central Government, BAE Systems, Marconi, and various multimedia and broadcast clienteles.
Computerworld (www.computerworld-it.com) is a UK-based provider of data communications solutions. It is a privately held, medium-sized provider to public sector, local government, health, financial, and education markets and has been trading for over 21 years.
“Our customers demand the highest quality whilst maintaining value for their money.” Said, Julie Shaw, Director at Computer World, “With the TMS RamSan line of products, we can deliver the storage with the lowest price-per-performance figures on the market.”
BSI (www.e-business.com) is also based in London, England. They are a full service Systems Integrator and one of Sun Microsystems' leading partners in the UK. BSI is a leading reseller to the UK finance, government, manufacturing and pharmaceuticals sectors.
eSeSIX Computer (www.esesix-com.de) is an IT solution integrator specializing in thin clients, server-based computing and storage. Headquartered in Pfaffenhofen, Germany, the company is also active in Austria and Switzerland and sells to enterprise class customers.
Terasystem (www.terasystem.it) is the largest vendor-independent data-storage services company in Italy. With offices in Rome, Milan, Benevento and Treviso, Terasystem serves Fortune 2000 and Government clients nationwide. They also have an office in Madrid, Spain.
Wired Informaticia e Sistemas (www.wired-tech.com) is an IT consulting and integration company headquartered in Oeiras, Portugal. They provide customers with server, storage, multimedia and video products as well as custom software solutions.
Texas Memory Systems also sells its solid state storage in Europe through OpenPSL (www.openpsl.com) in the UK and PDV-Systeme (www.pdv-systeme.de) in Germany.
Texas Memory Systems' RamSan solid state storage products can speed enterprise applications like databases, OLTP, OLAP, modeling and video editing up to 2500% without adding processors, RAM, hard drives and monolithic RAID. Solid state storage is similar to RAM cache. Unlike hard disk drives it does not use rotating media so data seeks are significantly faster. Because there are no drive heads to crash, solid state disks are also more reliable than typical hard drives. Typical RamSan users include corporations in the financial, telecom, broadcasting, and e-commerce sectors as well as government, military, and research organizations.
"The demand for solid state storage has been growing steadily in the past, especially in the government and defense markets. However it is thanks to Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) that sales of solid state disks have seen a spike in the past year," said Hamish Macarthur, founder and CEO of pan-European market research organization Macarthur Stroud International. "A sound ILM strategy, supporting tiered storage, is a highly cost-effective IT and business tool and solid state storage can be a key element of it."
On 14th October Hamish Macarthur will be giving the opening keynote at Storage Expo in London where Woody Hutsell of Texas Memory Systems will be presenting a technical seminar on Wednesday 13th October at 14:45.
About Texas Memory Systems
Texas Memory Systems (www.texmemsys.com) manufacturers the World's Fastest Storage®. Their RamSan line of solid state storage is used to accelerate enterprise applications like OLTP databases, batch processes, and data warehouses, modeling and video editing up to 25-times. Founded in 1978, they sell direct to large enterprise and government organizations. They also sell through OEM and reseller partners.
Texas Memory Systems and The World's Fastest Storage are registered trademarks of Texas Memory Systems.
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