CMTL Recognizes Dataram for 15 years Participation in Intel® Advanced Tested Memory Compatibility Program

 CMTL Recognizes Dataram for 15 years Participation in Intel® Advanced Tested
                         Memory Compatibility Program

Dataram was first module manufacturer in the industry to sign up and make
commitment to Intel customer base.

PR Newswire

ANAHEIM, Calif., Jan. 31, 2013

ANAHEIM, Calif., Jan. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --CMTL, (
Computer Memory Test Labs, the independent Intel Advanced memory compatibility
testing lab, has announced special recognition to Dataram Corporation for
being the first memory module manufacturer to join CMTL's Intel Advanced
Tested Memory Module Compatibility Program 15 years ago.

CMTL's President, John Deters stated "With over 2500 tests performed to date,
Dataram has demonstrated total commitment to providing Intel motherboard and
system customers with reliable, fully compatible memory modules. The 15 year
milestone represents a truly amazing accomplishment and unprecedented resource
investment that has not been matched by any other company in the industry."

Dataram's Director of Technology and Product Management, Paul Henke stated
"Memory reliability and compatibility have been the central focus of Dataram
since its founding in 1967. For more than 45 years, our efforts in meeting or
exceeding our customers' expectations for quality, service and support define
our success. CMTL is a key partner assisting Dataram in this mission."

John H. Freeman, Dataram's President and CEO stated, "CMTL's staff and test
processes have been the industry benchmark for insuring the highest quality
compatible memory products in the market. Dataram is proud to be recognized
by CMTL for our 15 year relationship where quality compatible products are the
common goal."

CMTL was established in 1996, in conjunction with Intel, as an independent
test lab to insure memory module compatibility on Intel platforms. Memory
successfully Intel advanced tested by CMTL is added to each Intel motherboard
approved memory list. Modules not approved by Intel are not supported and may
have a high risk of experiencing sporadic errors, unstable functionality,
performance issues and system crashes

Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation; all others are the
property of respective owners.

Contact: John Deters, CMTL, 770-238-2085,


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