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Belgian flash memory giant Memory Corp opens UK offices - New UK Memory Corp office aims at digital photography and mobile markets.
Another step towards dominating Europe's digital storage market.
Belgian headquartered Memory Corp - the designer and manufacturer of digital storage and memory solutions - has opened a new office in the UK. The primary targets for the new UK office are the digital photography and mobile markets.
The move is a landmark in the company's rapid growth and reflects Memory Corp's objective of dominating the European digital storage market. Memory Corp was only formed in 2003 but has already built a strong reputation on mainland Europe for superior quality digital storage products. Memory Corp manufactures all of its digital storage range, from CompactFlash Cards to Hi-Speed Biometric USB Discs.
Mark Foster, Sales Director for Memory Corp UK said, "New applications are consistently placing storage devices under greater pressure, hence customers are increasingly assessing products for functionality and reliability, not just capacity. For example, Memory Corp only uses Single-Level Cell (SLC) chips in our products, so we are the safe choice to record, view, store and transport data. To add further value and protection to our customers, each of our retail pack cards comes with free Photo Rescue software."
Memory Corp's UK Director, Steve Radnor said, "Investing in a new UK office demonstrates Memory Corp's dedication to the European market. The move is a natural choice for a company with such a distinctly European brand. Memory Corp's unique, locally supported approach, will deliver more than a mere 'price based' offering into the UK's fast moving digital storage market. We will be actively working with retailers and distributors, responding to their needs and their feedback about end user requirements. We aim to be the first to introduce new storage capabilities to the European market."