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Texas Memory Systems OPERA - launched in November 2009 The Oracle Performance Enhancing RamSan Architecture (pdf) from Texas Memory Systems optimizes the cost / performance for a wide range of Oracle 11g applications by leveraging fast FC SAN compatible flash SSDs (RamSan-620) which accelerate an integrated SAS HDD based RAID system (with upto 192 drives) - to provide upto 1 million IOPS and 12GB/s bandwidth in a 24U rackmount server solution which has no single point of failure.

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Texas Memory Systems Write Accelerator The (3U) Write Accelerator from Texas Memory Systems accelerates write-intensive Oracle (and other) databases using a specially configured model of RamSan-300 (RAM based SSD) - with FC or InfiniBand connections, 16-32GB capacity and less than 15 microseconds latency capable of providing truly symmetric 200,000 random IOPS performance.

The The Write Accelerator incorporates a unique high reliability internal architecture - based on over 30 years of TMS SSD experience - which actively monitors and scrubs, rewrites and reverifies soft error bits which are caused by random radiation events in the normal operating environment. These processes reduce the probability of soft errors accumulating and resulting in uncorrectable hard errors which can otherwise lead to downtime in large capacity RAM systems.

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