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Avant agrees to test memory modules on all Intel systems

08 Oct 2013

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Avant Technology has joined the Computer Memory Test Labs Premier Partner Intel Advanced Tested Memory Program to test memory modules on all Intel platforms, including desktop, NUC, and servers. Avant will also have SODIMMS advanced tested on platforms the CMTL receives from industrial manufacturers Arbor Solutions, Kontron, and Portwell.

"Avant has participated in CMTL's Intel Advanced memory compatibility testing program for over 15 years. By becoming a CMTL Premier Partner, Avant has stepped up even further by committing to provide Intel motherboard and system customers with advanced tested memory modules on all current and future Intel platforms," said CMTL's President John Deters.

"CMTL is the leading independent memory test facility enabling Intel's customers to select reliable, compatible memory offerings for Intel architecture," according to Greg Bow, Avant's business development manager.




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