TAA-compliant Module SKUs Now Available to U.S. Government Customers
Fountain Valley, CA – May 19, 2008 – Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it is releasing select system-specific memory SKUs in accordance with the Trade Agreements Act (TAA). Kingston® TAA-compliant system-specific memory (designated with a `-G’ at the end of the part number) is the perfect solution for government agencies looking to stretch infrastructure IT budgets through the use of virtualization and further population of servers.
“Kingston is honored to be the memory of choice for many top corporations and government agencies in the United States, and we saw an opportunity to enhance service to our federal government customers by releasing TAA-compliant SKUs,” said John Holland, vice president U.S. sales, Kingston. “This is the latest step in our ongoing efforts to better accommodate the various server markets that use our products.”
Compliance with the TAA means that a product has originated from or been substantially transformed in a Federal Trade Agreements (FTA) designated country, defined as a country that currently has a Federal Trade Agreement with the United States. Government customers with specific procurement protocols can now purchase Kingston server memory with the full confidence that this line of memory is safe and reliable and conforms to TAA requirements.
Built with premium components, Kingston system-specific server memory comes with a 100-percent compatibility guarantee along with a lifetime warranty, 24/7 live technical support and additional coverage benefits through the KingstonCare service program. Each module is put through rigorous testing, including the company’s patented dynamic burn-in testing.
Kingston has been certified as a minority-owned and managed company by the Southern California Minority Business Development Council, Inc.
For more information on Kingston TAA-compliant server memory, please visit: www.kingston.com/gov and select the “TAA” tab.