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GOODRAM to promote memory magic

GOODRAM will use GITEX Technology Week to launch a massive 128GB USB memory stick and also plans to show its range of flash cards for mobile phones.

GOODRAM to promote memory magic
GOODRAM’s GITEX memory magic.

GOODRAM will use GITEX Technology Week to launch a massive 128GB USB memory stick and also plans to show its range of flash cards for mobile phones.

The company will also be showing its latest line of memory modules, such as the GOODRAM Pro sticks for avid gamers, overclockers and graphic designers.

The manufacturer specialises in memory solutions covering DRAM, USB drives, flash cards and SSD drives. Its manufacturing facilities are based in Europe and the company's reputation has staff claim the firm has grown over the last nine years to become a trusted and professional manufacturer.

In terms of having a stand at GITEX, the company aims to secure its position in the Middle East as the choice of the market. It aims to provide and serve the market with high quality solutions that are reliable and affordable. GOODRAM will also be showing their distributors the latest product releases and hopes to sign up new distributors in new markets.

GITEX, in fact, was the launch pad of GOODRAM in 2007 and since that time, the company says the event is the first topic on its annual marketing budget discussions. Representatives also say that the exhibition has provided GOODRAM with an invaluable meeting place where business relations and business deals have emerged.

The Middle East market is of high importance to the manufacturer's strategy and thus it is investing in developing an office, warehousing facilities and marketing. The company regards the Middle East region as a hotspot for the eyes of the world in terms of IT development and will continue to develop and invest in the region.

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