Entrepreneurial passion propels Dataram's next-wave memory solutions
In the highly dynamic information technology (IT) space, commodities such as core memory products have evolved into a customisable and remarkable solution package that addresses modern business challenges. Driven by entrepreneurial passion, technology firm Dataram has applied its 50-year memory expertise to develop tailored memory management solutions that benefit today's enterprise companies and original equipment manufacturers worldwide.
Dataram's memory and complementary products, services and highly specialised IT solutions improve performance, reduce costs and extend the useful life of computing infrastructure. These offerings make Dataram a trusted business partner, service provider and supplier to 70 Fortune 100 companies, and organisations with large computing requirements and uncommon operating environments.
"We are an entrepreneurial start-up in a 50-year-old body," says David Moylan, chairman and CEO. "We're a life cycle solution provider that works with enterprise customers as opposed to just a commodity manufacturer of memory products."
Backed by a seasoned workforce, with engineers who have been with the company for more than 30 years, Dataram has witnessed the evolution of memory technology. Whether the need is for the latest DDR4 (double data rate fourth generation) memory or the much older SDR (single data rate) technologies, Dataram helps identify and implement ways to reduce a company's memory spend. This solid foundation has given Dataram an edge with business customers, as it intends to remain a niche player to retain its flexibility and nimbleness.
Eyeing growth, the North American-based company is deepening its presence in Asia as it builds strong, long-term relationships with customers, distributors and potential manufacturing partners in the region. Continuing its legacy of developing cutting-edge solution sets since 1967, Dataram is also focusing on the next wave of technologies and assessing opportunities in content and web-based applications.
"We provide personalised care to reduce costs and protect our clients' investments," Moylan says. "We look forward to growing with and supporting our customers over the next 100 years."