ANAHEIM, Calif., Nov. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CMTL, (www.cmtlabs.com), Computer Memory Test Labs, the industry's leading independent memory compatibility and functionality testing lab announced that Legacy Electronics 2GB DDR2 high temp industrial rated SO-DIMM successfully passed the rigorous CMTL Advanced Tested process on Arbor Solutions EmCore-i2702 SBC (Single Board Computer) platform.
CMTL's President, John Deters stated "Applications for embedded SBC platforms such as the Arbor EmCore-i2702 focus on functionality and reliability not the fastest speed . The main requirement is stable, rock solid platform and memory performance for use in applications that may operate in inherently harsh environments. 24/7 continuous operational reliability is an absolute must. Legacy recognizes the industry requirement for memory modules based on reliable and proven sustaining technology."
Legacy Electronics CEO, Jason Engle stated: "CMTL Advanced Tested Certification of our DDR2 SO-DIMM on the Arbor Solutions EmCore-i2702, again demonstrates the commitment we have to combining high reliability in the form factor and DRAM technologies needed in today's front runners of industrial rated SBC (single board computer) platforms. Legacy Electronics' system imbedded SO-DIMM product line is well matched to the extreme requirements of the industrial platform manufacture market segment. Customers of embedded systems such as the Arbor Solutions EmCore-i2702 platform can rely on dependability and longevity of our products in their applications."
CMTL was established in 1996, as an independent test lab to insure memory product compatibility, functionality and reliability on computer platforms and systems. 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. CMTL has performed over 20,000 advanced compatibility memory module tests. 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.