Patriot Memory Announces Participation in NVISION 2008

(Auszug aus der Pressemitteilung)

Fremont, California, USA, August 25, 2008 – Patriot Memory, a global provider of premium memory module and flash memory solutions, today announced its participation in NVISION 2008, which will be held in San Jose, California, August 25-27, 2008. NVISION 2008, hosted by NVIDIA®, is their first-ever visual computing mega-event which is designed to bring visual computing professionals, world-class gamers, innovative artist and designers, and cutting-edge researchers to share their ideas, experiences and passions. Patriot Memory will have a booth at NVISION 2008; where they will exhibit their latest in DRAM and flash memory solutions.


As a sponsor of NVISION, Patriot Memory is also supporting, along with EVGA, the Guinness World Record Attempt for the longest non-stop LAN party. NVIDIA’s® GeForce® LAN event at NVISION is the venue where this world record event will be attempted. Participants will be required to play any videogame of their choice with other participants for no less than 36 hours.

„Patriot Memory is proud to sponsor NVISION 2008,“ says Paul Jones, CEO of Patriot Memory. „Bringing thousands of industry professionals and gamers together from around the world to see and discuss the latest in visual computing will help accelerate and bring new ideas to this ever changing industry. Patriot’s innovation and forward thinking philosophy is exactly what NVISION is all about and we are looking forward to being a part of this exciting groundbreaking event.“

Patriot Memory’s booth at NVISION will be showcasing its latest DRAM and flash products. Among those products on display will be the newest additions to Patriot Memory’s Extreme Performance line, the 4GB 2000MHz Viper Series and DDR3 2GB 1066MHz SO-DIMMs specifically designed for the newly released Intel® and NVIDIA® overclocking platforms. Patriot’s line of flash memory solutions such as the Xporter XT Boost, Xporter Razzo, Xporter Dash, x-mini, miniSD, microSD and 256GB Warp SSD drive will be on display.