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Texas Memory Systems Earns Certified Partner Status in Microsoft Partner Program

Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 30, 2006

Texas Memory Systems, makers of the World’s Fastest Storage®, today announced it has earned certified status in Microsoft’s Partner Program, which recognizes Texas Memory Systems’ expertise and impact in the technology marketplace. As a Certified Partner, Texas Memory Systems has demonstrated expertise with Microsoft technologies and proven ability to meet customer needs. Microsoft Certified Partners receive a rich set of benefits, including access, training and support that give them a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

Texas Memory Systems designs and manufacturers solid state disks. These systems can accelerate I/O intensive applications such as databases up to 2500%. Typical users of Texas Memory Systems' RamSan solid state disk include corporations in the financial, telecom, broadcasting, and e-commerce sectors as well as government, military, and research organizations. Applications that benefit include OLTP (online transaction processing), OLAP (online analytical processing), modeling, and data acquisition. Texas Memory Systems’ solid state disks can deliver faster performance and support more users for popular Windows-based applications, including SQL Server, BizTalk, Exchange, and SharePoint.

“Only companies that have demonstrated high levels of customer service, proved their experience and attained advanced certification receive the designation of Microsoft Certified Partner,” said Allison Watson, vice president of the Worldwide Partner Sales and Marketing Group at Microsoft Corp. “Today, Microsoft recognizes Texas Memory Systems for its skills and expertise in providing customer satisfaction with Microsoft products and technology.”

In addition to earning certified status, Texas Memory Systems has declared a Microsoft Hardware OEM Competency. Microsoft Competencies are designed to help differentiate a partner’s capabilities with specific Microsoft technologies to customers looking for a particular type of solution. Each competency has a unique set of requirements and benefits, formulated to accurately represent the specific skills and services that partners bring to the technology industry. The OEM Hardware Solutions Competency is for partners that deliver quality hardware solutions configured according to customer needs and then supported to ensure customer satisfaction.

“We are extremely pleased to have earned certified status in the Microsoft Partner Program,” said Woody Hutsell, Executive Vice President at Texas Memory Systems. “This certification continues our goal of making RamSan solid state disks the fastest and most interoperable in the industry. Achieving certified status allows us to clearly promote our expertise and relationship with Microsoft as we help our mutual customers experience maximum acceleration of their Windows-based applications.”

The Microsoft Partner Program was launched in December 2003 and represents Microsoft’s ongoing commitment to the success of partners worldwide. The Microsoft Partner Program offers a single, integrated partnering framework that recognizes partner expertise, rewards the total impact partners have in the technology marketplace, and delivers more value to help partners’ businesses be successful.

About Texas Memory Systems

Texas Memory Systems (http://www.texmemsys.com) manufactures the World's Fastest Storage® and is the market leader in solid state disk technology. 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 2500%. Founded in 1978, they sell direct to large enterprise and government organizations. They also sell through OEM and reseller partners.

Texas Memory Systems, World's Fastest Storage, RamSan and Active Backup are trademarks or registered trademarks of Texas Memory Systems. All other trademarks belong to their respective owners.

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