Dataram Announces Test Evaluation Results From Lockheed Martin Technology Collaboration Center-West
Dataram Corporation (Nasdaq: DRAM), a leading international manufacturer
of computer memory, storage and software products, today released the
findings of a report conducted by the Lockheed Martin Technology
Dataram Corporation (Nasdaq: DRAM), a leading international manufacturer of computer memory, storage and software products, today released the findings of a report conducted by the Lockheed Martin Technology Collaboration Center-West (TCC-W). The Lockheed Martin Technology Collaboration Center-West offers unique capabilities to companies wishing to test and collaborate on leading-edge and Open Architecture (OA) technologies in close proximity to major defense and commercial partners. TCC-W fosters beneficial partnerships with small businesses, science and technology agencies and academia to accelerate product transition. Through small business technology innovation events, industry days and on-line registration, TCC-W seeks businesses and technologies with potential to benefit ongoing programs and development activity. The intent of the testing performed by TCC-W was to verify that XcelaSAN would accelerate application data access using a SAN that is similar to hardware that is used in an environment representative of Navy’s POR Networks. The metrics used for comparison were Input/output Operations per second (IOps), Total MBs per second (MBps) and average response time. As depicted in the report, the XcelaSAN product improved data access performance by 60% across all three metrics. The detailed findings of the report are available at http://storage.dataram.com/mediacenter/whitepapers by selecting the white paper entitled, “ XcelaSAN Performance Results from Lockheed Martin TCC West.” “Given the high regard in which the U.S. government holds Lockheed Martin, we are fortunate to have worked with Lockheed Martin TCC-W to test XcelaSAN and our capabilities,” said John Freeman, CEO of Dataram. “Data explosion and the resulting impact on network performance is an issue many companies are learning to navigate. We encourage customers dealing with this issue to obtain and review a copy of the report prepared by TCC-W.” About Dataram Founded in 1967, Dataram offers a full range of products and services tailored to meet the needs of government and defense customers. Their ruggedized products are built to withstand rigorous conditions and to maintain high performance levels even under severe operational and environmental constraints. Their products and services deliver IT infrastructure optimization, dramatically increase application performance and deliver substantial cost savings. Dataram solutions are deployed in mission-critical government and defense applications around the world. Dataram currently has 150 employees.
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