Dell OEM Solutions to Power Dataram Data Storage Application

Dataram Corportation and Dell OEM Solutions have agreed to use Dell OEM Solutions to power Dataram’s XcelaSAN storage acceleration appliance. 

Dell is responsible for manufacturing, providing hardware customization, distribution and support beginning November 2011. Dell’s OEM-Ready PowerEdge R810 server platform with Dataram’s XcelaSAN will improve application performance.

“By leveraging Dell OEM Solutions for distribution, support, hardware customization and other services, Dataram can focus on delivering innovative technologies to optimize data centers’ storage capabilities,” said Sameer Garde, vice president and general manager, Dell OEM Solutions. “We are pleased to help Dataram move their resources away from tactical maintenance and toward innovation, so they increase their competitive advantage and speed up time to profit.”

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