Kingston Technology Highlights Importance of Memory in Performance of Microsoft Virtualization Technologies

Kingston Technology Company emphasized the importance of memory in delivering the features and benefits offered by Microsoft virtualization technologies to improve computing environments ranging from the data center to desktop and beyond, during today’s Microsoft “Get Virtual Now” launch event in Bellevue, Wash.

“When deploying virtualization technologies, optimizing system memory is essential. Kingston offers multiple system options with our new 16GB server memory kits and 4GB notebook modules,” said Liesl Schwoebel, branded product memory marketing manager, Kingston. “With adequate memory installed, IT and business professionals can best reap the benefits offered by Microsoft’s portfolio of virtualization solutions, including improvements in computing efficiency, flexibility, continuity and agility.”
“As we fuel the next stages of IT innovation to make virtualization available to as many different types of users as possible, memory is fundamental in all of these scenarios,” said Zane Adam, senior director of integrated virtualization at Microsoft Corp. “Whether it’s virtualization to consolidate servers or to maximize desktop and notebook efficiency, in working with Kingston, Microsoft is confident that customers can take full advantage of the benefits of our full suite of virtualization offerings.”

Kingston memory modules are backed by a lifetime warranty and free 24/7 technical support. Kingston server memory is covered by the exclusive KingstonCare program, an additional layer of customer service that provides on-site spares, service reimbursement, cross-ship RMAs and all the tools necessary to minimize server downtime.

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