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VeloBit HyperCache Accelerates by 50% an All SSD Server Cluster at DataFeedFile.com

Increased I/O Performance by 4.7x Resulting in a 50% Application Performance Increase, Higher Productivity and Lower Cost of Scaling I/O Capacity

BOXBOROUGH, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 06/04/12 -- VeloBit, a provider of high-performance SSD caching software, today announced that its VeloBit HyperCache has helped DataFeedFile.com, a leading e-commerce analytics platform, improve application performance on its high-performance, all-SSD-storage cluster by 50%.

VeloBit HyperCache, an all-software solution, installed in 60 seconds and increased I/O performance through a combination of SSD caching, RAM caching, and compression. VeloBit, configured to use SSD as primary storage, compressed cached data by 4x and increased I/O speed by 4.7x, resulting in 50% overall application performance acceleration.

Highlights include:

  • 16-server cluster of high-performance servers with SSD as primary storage
  • 60 second install
  • 4x compression
  • 4.7x I/O performance increase
  • 50% application performance increase
  • 25% CPU load reduction

"At DataFeedFile.com, we call VeloBit 'the magic dust' -- invisible software that boosts the performance of even the fastest hardware you can build," said Andrew Nurchaya, CEO of DataFeedFile.com. "VeloBit delivered a dramatic performance boost to our storage infrastructure, which enabled us to increase productivity and reduce the cost of scaling I/O capacity. Before selecting VeloBit, we evaluated multiple caching solutions; VeloBit demonstrated the highest performance with unmatched deployment simplicity."

"Our products solve the challenges of customers who seek top performance using the latest technology, as well as customers who seek cost-efficient ways to scale the performance of their existing IT systems," said Duncan McCallum, CEO and co-founder of VeloBit. "At VeloBit, we are committed to helping our customers maximize their IT investments by delivering multiple performance-enhancing technologies in one easy-to-deploy solution."

About DataFeedFile

We combine data feed files from thousands of merchants into a searchable and normalized database. Then we provide several methods using several different technologies and programming languages (JS, PHP, ASP, JSP, or any dynamic web scripting languages) to retrieve the database content. We provide web services which deliver Price Comparison Shopping functionality via HTML, XML, CSV and many other formats.

About VeloBit

VeloBit provides high-performance SSD caching software that dramatically accelerates applications at a remarkably low cost. VeloBit uses Solid State Disk (SSD) to create a transparent application acceleration layer that boosts performance by up to 20x. The software installs seamlessly in 60 seconds and automatically tunes for fastest application speed. VeloBit deploys and operates transparently to existing applications, storage, or data management.

For more information, please visit http://www.velobit.com/.

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Peter Velikin
Vice President of Online Marketing
Email Contact
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Patrick Farrell
Sniper Public Relations on behalf of VeloBit, Inc.
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