Certifications, Awards and Acclamations
Dataram ISO 9001 Quality Management System - Compliance Statement
Dataram's state-of-the-art manufacturing facility is ISO 9001 certified. We manufacture memory products based on leading-edge surface mount technologies carefully monitoring and controlling our processes. Every memory board is 100% tested before shipment.
ISO 9000 originated in Europe in response to the growing market need for a set of standardized guidelines for quality management and quality assurance. It is currently adopted in more than 90 countries and is applicable to a wide selection of industries. This certification identifies companies that visibly focus and commit to ensuring the best possible products and services to their customers. It is a completely voluntary certification that is achieved only through a rigorous registration audit and regular external surveillance audits by third-party ISO assessors.
Dataram undergoes regular audits by third-party ISO assessors, customers, suppliers, and our own employees. The results of these audits are used to improve and strengthen our quality management system. Download our Certificates of Registration (11/24/2015 - 09/22/2018) or (10/04/2012 - 11/23/2015)
Dataram is consistently first-to-market with memory upgrades for high-end workstations and servers. We often introduce higher capacity memory for systems before the computer manufacturer! We share the benefits of our ISO 9000 certification with our customers and take pride in our commitment to complete customer satisfaction.
Dataram Ranked One of NJ’s Top 100 Companies
September 2011 — Dataram Corporation was honored in the 20th Annual Edition of The Star-Ledger’s special section, being named as one of New Jersey’s Top 100 Companies.
The ranking is based on the total amount of goods or services sold for four consecutive quarters ending December 31, 2010 in a calendar fiscal year or the most recent four consecutive quarters in a non-calendar fiscal year.
The criteria for inclusion require a company to be publicly traded on a stock exchange in the United States and to be headquartered in New Jersey.
Dataram Reaches 17th Year of Participation in CMTL Test & Certification Programs
January 2015 – Dataram and CMTL (Computer Memory Test Labs) have the longest testing relationship of all participants. Beginning in 1998, Dataram is in the 17th year of participation and has more than 3300 tests performed on Intel, Tyan, Supermicro, Radisys and other motherboards. Dataram was one of the first third-party module manufacturers to join the annual testing and certification program when it was first offered. With more than 600 total certifications, Dataram has one of the highest test and certification rates among current program participants.
Dataram Ranked among Top 100 of the Fastest-Growing Small Companies by Fortune Small Business
July 2001 (FORTUNE Small Business) – The envelope, please... The list, compiled with the help of Zacks Investment Research, considered only public companies with $200 million or less in revenue for 2000. We next ruled out any that had been in business less than three years as of Dec. 31, 2000, and any that don't trade on one of the major stock exchanges (i.e., no over-the-counter stocks). The remaining companies were then ranked based on three criteria: earnings growth, revenue growth, and total stock return, including dividends. Finally, we averaged the rankings to find the fastest growers. Read more...
Dataram Memory Powers Two of the Top Five Fastest Supercomputers in the World;
NASA's Columbia, an SGI Altix Supercomputer, Delivers 51.87 Teraflops
November 2004 – Dataram Corporation [NASDAQ: DRAM], a leading provider of server and workstation memory, today announced that its memory now powers two of the five most powerful supercomputers in operation, underscoring its memory focus on the high performance computing market. The semi-annual revised list of the world’s most powerful supercomputers was released at SC2004, the conference for High Performance Computing, Networking and Storage, in Pittsburgh, PA on Monday.