FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Texas Memory Systems Joins the Storage Networking Industry
Houston, Texas—May 30, 2001—Texas Memory Systems
announced today that it has joined as an Associate Member of the Storage
Networking Industry Association (SNIA). SNIA and its members are dedicated to
ensuring that storage networks become complete and trusted solutions across the
IT community. The SNIA works toward this goal by forming and sponsoring
technical work groups, by producing the Storage Networking World Conference
series, by building and maintaining a vendor neutral Technology Center in
Colorado Springs, and by promoting activities that expand the breadth and
quality of the storage networking market.
“The SNIA plays an important role in the development and education of the
storage networking market,” commented Woody Hutsell Marketing Director for
Texas Memory Systems, “and as a vendor in the storage community it is
incumbent upon us to participate in the industry through participation in SNIA.”
Over 200 storage companies are members of the SNIA.
“With the explosion of interest in storage, has come some complexity that the
industry has never experienced”, said Holly Frost CEO of Texas Memory Systems,
“SNIA is doing an admirable job trying to provide some guidance for both
vendors and users of storage. We are strong supporters of the SNIA efforts to
create interoperability test suites for the storage industry and look forward to
participating in the Technology Center located in Colorado Springs.”
Texas Memory Systems will be a part of the Storage Networking World
Interoperability Lab and plans to exhibit at the Storage Networking World
Conference October 22-24, 2001 in Orlando, FL.
About Texas Memory
Texas Memory Systems (TMS) has specialized in high bandwidth, low latency, I/O
intensive storage systems since 1978. TMS products were originally
designed to meet the needs of the U.S. defense industry, and now this advanced
technology is available for mainstream computer and storage applications.
While the primary focus of our products has been speed, we achieve this speed
without resorting to overly complex circuitry. This emphasis on simplicity
allows TMS to deliver outstanding performance with an easily understood and yet
highly configurable system. Texas Memory Systems is a member of the Fibre
Channel Industry Association (FCIA), the Storage Networking Industry Association
(SNIA), the DAFS Collaborative, and is partnered with Oracle, Sun,
Hewlett Packard, and FalconStor in order to deliver the World’s Fastest
Storage to the enterprise.
For more information,
visit www.superSSD.com or call Woody
Hutsell, Marketing Director, at 713-266-3200.
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