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Kingston Memory, a well-known maker of memory modules, said Wednesday it would be easier to choose server memory for its clients, as the company now marks a lineup of its ValueRAM products with “I” moniker, which means the products are validated with Intel reference design server platforms.

“With our expanded line of ValueRAM parts designated for Intel server motherboards, customers can easily identify the ValueRAM module they need for their mission critical servers,” said Louis Kaneshiro, senior technology manager, Kingston.

Intel validation is performed by an approved test lab on a small sample of components and modules and is intended to demonstrate supplier design and manufacturing capability. The validation process uses standardized procedures and methodologies documented in the Intel Validation Procedure for DDR and DDR2.

“Customers seeking ValueRAM modules, simply need to look for part numbers that end with and "I" in the part numbering schema,” continued Kaneshiro.

Currently Kingston’s ValueRAM “I” product family consists of registered PC2100, PC2700 and PC2-3200 memory modules and kits priced between $109 and $550.

Kingston’s ValueRAM “I” are backed by Kingston’s lifetime warranty, comprehensive testing and will receive the full benefit of both Intel and Kingston technical support.


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