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Dtec Memory Corporation has won European distribution rights for Toshiba-branded DRAM and flash memory. The joint venture company, 51 per cent owned by Memory Corporation and 49 per cent owned by Datrontech, will target the European SME market. The company said it would also explore opportunities to integrate Memory Corp’s memory management silicon designs with Toshiba flash technology. DMC was formed in January this year, to “deliver own branded memory products and differentiated computer memory solutions in the UK and Europe”. In July, Datrontech threw two more companies into the pot, customised distribution arm Memory Plus, and trade desk operation Datrontech Hong Kong. DMC estimates sales are running at an annualised $100 million per year. ® Click here for more stories

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