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ANAHEIM, Calif., Dec. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CMTL, (www.cmtlabs.com), Computer Memory Test Labs, the industry's leading independent memory product compatibility and functionality testing lab announced that it will add SSD compatibility and functionality testing program with the anticipated arrival of Intel NUC platforms D34010WYB and D54250WYB.
CMTL's President, John Deters stated "The new NUC platforms that will have drive bays for SSDs is extremely exciting. Intel has a real winner with the NUC platform series of platform products. With the latest models, a NUC can be used to not only replace a large form factor desktop motherboard in many cases but can be used in an almost unlimited number of current and emerging vertical market applications that require a small foot print central computing device. The SSD bay enabled NUCs will allow module manufacturers to offer single source sales opportunities to NUC customers that need SODIMM, mSATA or SSD products, perhaps even in bundled kit form. The NUC is proving to be a great product line for Intel and a new independent testing opportunity for CMTL.
CMTL was established in 1996, as an independent test lab to ensure memory product compatibility, functionality and reliability on computer platforms and systems. CMTL has performed over 21,000 Advanced Compatibility and Functionality tests. Memory products successfully advanced tested by CMTL on each specific platform or system are listed on CMTL's website and awarded the CMTL Advanced Tested certification seal. Memory products that have not successfully passed the rigorous advanced testing process may experience a higher risk of compatibility problems, sporadic errors, unstable functionality and performance issues.
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