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ANAHEIM, Calif., Dec. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CMTL, (www.cmtlabs.com), Computer Memory Test Labs, the industry's leading independent memory product compatibility and functionality testing lab announced that requests for advanced testing on Intel NUC (Next Unit of Computing) platforms has continued to rise each month and there has been a dramatic increase on tests requested for the D53427RKE NUC.
CMTL's President, John Deters stated "As Intel winds down its desktop motherboard product line, it appears to me that sales must be soaring for the NUC platform. Our testing is based on the level of demand module manufacturers receive from their customers who buy or support Intel platforms. Requests to be tested on Intel NUC platforms have never been higher. Currently we have the following NUC platforms in house that are being tested DCP847SKE, D33217CK, D33217GKE, D53427RKE, D34010WYB, and D54250WYB. The NUC design to accept SO DIMMs, and mSATA drives is a great combination and with the upcoming release of new NUCs kit with 2.5" HDD/SSD support will make the NUC platform one of the most versatile and robust small form factor platforms in the industry."
About CMTL (Computer Memory Testing Labs)
CMTL was established in 1996, as an independent test lab to ensure memory module compatibility on Intel platforms. To date CMTL has performed over 20,000 advanced tests. Memory successfully Intel advanced tested by CMTL is added to each Intel motherboard or system approved memory list. Modules not approved by Intel are not supported and may have a higher risk of experiencing sporadic errors, unstable functionality, performance issues and system crashes.
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