ANAHEIM, Calif., Oct. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CMTL, (www.cmtlabs.com), Computer Memory Test Labs, the industry's leading independent memory compatibility testing lab, announced today Legacy Electronics has received Advanced Tested memory certification on Arbor Solutions ELIT-1000. The system is a fanless based digital signage player powered by Intel® Atom™ D2550 platform.
CMTL's President, John Deters, stated, "Legacy Electronics has earned a reputation in the memory module industry as a technology leader and innovator. Legacy has also year after year continued to achieve one of the highest Advanced Tested pass rates of any module manufacturer in our program. That fact is testimony to Legacy's exceptional product quality and reliability. As a Premier Partner, Legacy has made the investment to be tested on all platforms CMTL receives from Intel and industrial platform manufacturers."
Legacy Electronics CEO, Jason Engle, stated, "Legacy Electronics is pleased to be the first module company to be CMTL Advanced Tested on the Arbor Solutions ELIT1000. The Legacy Electronics system imbedded SODIMM product line is a perfect solution for digital signage boxes and other ruggedized applications. CMTL's expansion into the industrial platform manufacturer market segment is a perfect fit for Legacy Electronics. We will ensure Arbor customers now have a reliable source for CMTL Advanced Tested memory modules for all platforms CMTL receives from Arbor Solutions."
About CMTL: Formed in 1996, as a independent memory compatibility test lab. CMTL's Advanced Tested memory compatibility program is well established and recognized in the industry after over 15 years and 20,000 tests performed. Memory modules successfully advanced tested by CMTL are added to each specific platform tested memory list on CMTL's website and receive the Advanced Tested Memory seal. Modules not advanced tested may experience a higher rate of errors, unstable functionality and performance issues.
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Legacy Contact: Curtis Scarbrough, 605-558-9614. email@example.com