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Kingston Technology showcases server memory

  • 25 February, 2008 13:08

<p>Kingston Technology announced today that it will offer attendees of the Heroes Happen 2008 events evaluation units of Kingston server memory modules. The evaluation units will allow attendees to test how expanding their server memory can provide faster operating times and improved server performance.</p>
<p>“Physical testing remains the best way to see how increasing memory improves system functionality.</p>
<p>“Its not always easy to get your hands evaluation units,” said Vaughan Nankivell, Regional Manage, Australia and New Zealand, Kingston Technology.</p>
<p>The Heroes Happen 2008 event is the launch of Microsoft’s Next-Generation server software including Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 and Visual Studio 2008.</p>
<p>A Kingston Technology information booth will also be located at the event, with trained Kingston staff that can assist with hardware queries covering server options for individuals and enterprise. Kingston Technology’s memory module expert, Vaughan Nankivell will be available to discuss how Kingston can provide a cost effective solution that will lower the cost of ownership in a server infrastructure.</p>
<p>Kingston technology has set up a URL where conference attendees can submit a request for an evaluation unit of the Kingston server memory module. For more information or to submit a request for an evaluation unit visit: www.kingston.con/anz</p>
<p>Kingston designs and manufactures system specific memory for all major brands with a component-locked bill of materials determined to work in each system. Kingston has also developed and patented testing procedures and helped set JEDEC standards for the memory industry.</p>
<p>For more information on the Kingston server memory module range and to use the memory finder to locate the correct server memory for your needs visit: www.kingston.con/anz
<p>Post event images available</p>
<p>Please contact Alice Ridgway at Red Agency on 02 9963 7725 or email</p>
<p>WHAT: Heroes Happen 2008 launch event</p>
<p>WHEN + WHERE: Sydney
Thursday 28 February 2008
Sydney Convention Centre</p>
Tuesday 4 March 2008
Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre</p>
Thursday 13 March 2008
Adelaide Hilton</p>
Wednesday 13 March 2008
Perth Convention Exhibition Centre</p>
Wednesday 26 March 2008
Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre</p>
Wednesday 2 April 2008
Hyatt Hotel Canberra</p>
<p>MORE INFO: full event details can be found online at:</p>
For further information, product review units or images, please contact:</p>
<p>Alice Ridgway
T: 02 9963 7725

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