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October 28, 2010

Dataram opens new development, testing & QA facilities in Washington

XcelaSAN Fibre Channel SAN optimisation appliance enhancement

By CBR Staff Writer

Dataram, a provider of computer memory, storage products and software, has opened a development, test and QA facility in Issaquah, Washington.

The company said that the new facility will house the expanding storage offerings development team and a test lab to support the XcelaSAN Fibre Channel SAN optimisation appliance.

Dataram director of product development Tom Mayberry said the company’s expansion and opening of a Seattle location, dedicated to the development of XcelaSAN, is a reflection of their confidence in the product and the positive feedback they have received from their customers.

"The team at this location will enhance our XcelaSAN appliance as well as develop additional leading edge storage technology offerings for customers seeking high performance and high availability for mission critical applications," Mayberry said.

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