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Texas Memory Systems expands its technology portfolio with the acquisition of patents and source code from Incipient

Acquisition of Intellectual Property to Accelerate Development of New High-Performance Storage Solutions

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Texas Memory Systems, maker of the World's Fastest Storage®, today announced that it has expanded its intellectual property base with the acquisition of data management patents and source code from Incipient, Inc. This technology acquisition will allow Texas Memory Systems to further differentiate its industry-leading RamSan line of solid state storage solutions and to increase its advantage over the competition.

Incipient developed scalable storage virtualisation and management capabilities over a period of eight years. During that time, the company made significant technological advances and was awarded multiple patents.

“The patents and software provide Texas Memory Systems with a new set of tools for virtualisation and storage management that complement our solid state storage systems,” said Woody Hutsell, President at Texas Memory Systems. “The newly-acquired technology will accelerate our development of new high-performance storage that meets the demanding and complex needs of our enterprise customers.”

Texas Memory Systems has not acquired any interest in Incipient, Inc. Both companies remain independent.

Texas Memory Systems, Inc.

Texas Memory Systems (www.texmemsys.com) designs and builds solid state storage systems for accelerating essential enterprise applications. The award-winning RamSan product line, known as The World's Fastest Storage®, delivers fast, reliable, and economical solutions to a broad base of enterprise and government clients worldwide. Founded in 1978, Texas Memory Systems continues to architect and engineer the future of solid state storage.

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