Lets's Talk Computers - Diskeeper Corporation  February 11, 2006
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Diskeeper Corporation
Interview on February 11, 2006
Diskeeper 10 Server Edition     Guest: Michael Materie
Diskeeper Corporation, formerly Executive Software, is the undisputed leader in defragmentation technology with over 18 million licences sold worldwide.

Michael Materie, Diskeeper Production Line Manager talks about how you can maximize your servers' performance and prolong your disk drives by keeping your servers defragged with new Diskeeper 10 Server Edition. Included in Diskeeper 10.0 is Intelligent File Access Acceleration Sequencing Technology (I-FAASTTM). This Disk Performance Calibration technology is a new class of disk technology that will allow users performance gains of 10-80% beyond defragmentation.
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