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Singaporean memory maker expands in India

Posted: 30 Apr 2009     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:memory market  service centre  memory chips  memory modules 

Aiming to become a leading player in the Indian memory market, Strontium Technology, a PC memory maker from Singapore, has announced that it will open its 2nd service centre in Delhi. The new service centre will be in addition to the existing centre at Pondicherry.

Mr. Vivian Singh, CEO, Strontium Singapore, said 'The service centre will not only act as the point to provide no hassle warranty but also assist the distribution channel partners with technical support and field application issues."

Strontium uses only "major brand" memory chips in manufacturing Strontium branded memory modules. "It is already well known to the Indian distribution channel that major brand chips like Hynix and Micron are tested very rigorously and memory modules manufactured by Strontium have low failure rate because Strontium uses only major brand chips", Singh said.

According to Mr. Ajay Kogta, Country Manager, India Sub-continent, the service centre will be set up around Nehru Place and will be fully operational by the end of the current quarter.

"The centre will be set up in or around Nehru Place, New Delhi for the easy access of our customers and partners in the Northern India. The centre would be fully operational by the end of the current quarter," Kogta added.

After successfully entering and establishing its marketing office in the Indian market, Strontium is establishing second service centre for its customers. It justifies the company's goal of becoming a long term and leading player in the Indian memory market.





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