TMS RamSan Turbocharges Data Center Storage Systems

Texas Memory Systems, Inc. (TMS)has introduced the 1U rackmount RamSan-710, the company’s second RamSan Series-7 system. The RamSan-710, claims the company, is the fastest (5 GB/s) 1U shared storage system. Easy to install, with four 8-Gb Fibre Channel or QDR InfiniBand ports, reports Businesswire, the RamSan-710 turbocharges datacenters with minimal impact on power and space.

 


“‘Flash storage is no longer just a tool for those in the rarified IT atmosphere, but is rapidly becoming a standard real-world enabler of both better performance and improved economics,’ said Mark Peters, Senior Analyst at the Enterprise Strategy Group. ‘Texas Memory brings decades of experience to this market, together with an ability – exemplified by this new RamSan-710 – to design and package products to fulfill the needs of regular, yet very demanding, IT shops that require affordable and easy IO turbo-charging.'”

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