Diablo Technologies' Memory1 Wins 'Most Innovative Flash Memory Technology'

SAN JOSE, CA -- Diablo Technologies has won Best of Show for 'Most Innovative Flash Memory Technology', making 2015 the third consecutive year that the company has been honored at the Flash Memory Summit and Exhibition. The award was granted by a panel of industry experts in recognition of Memory1™, the world's first all-flash system memory technology.

"As recipient of this award, which is the most sought-after and receives the most submissions annually, Diablo is assured of significant differentiation for Memory1 among competing technologies in the flash memory industry," said Jay Kramer, Chairman of the Awards Program and President of Network Storage Advisors Inc. "On behalf of Flash Memory Summit Awards Committee judges, we congratulate Diablo for its successful use of NAND flash as pure system memory for vast improvements in capacity and performance, requiring no changes to the hardware and software stack."

"We're thrilled to have our newest line recognized at Flash Memory Summit as a top product of the year," said Riccardo Badalone, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Diablo Technologies. "Memory1 allows customers to leverage NAND flash as pure system memory in a seamless manner. The business impact on datacenter economics and application performance cannot be overstated."

Memory1 represents a ground-breaking new way to leverage the cost and capacity advantages of flash to provide economical system memory for large-scale datacenter and hyperscale customers. Packing four times the capacity of the largest DRAM modules, Memory1 delivers greater capability on fewer servers and lowers datacenter costs by up to 70 percent. Memory1 is ideal for environments that require large memory footprints for workloads such as big data analytics and complex web applications.

Learn more at http://www.diablo-technologies.com

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