Patriot Memory Partners with Entertainment Consumers Association

"Under the terms of agreement, Patriot and ECA will be joining forces in future tradeshows and events. There will be some cross promotional marketing as well."

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Patriot Memory today announced their partnership with Entertainment Consumers Association (ECA).

Under the terms of agreement, Patriot and ECA will be joining forces in future tradeshows and events. There will be some cross promotional marketing as well.

 

"We're really excited about this partnership, it is great to work with a non-profit company who serves gamers' needs," says JR Wakabayshi, Marketing Manager for Patriot Memory. "Gaming is a growing platform and we are trying our best to be a part of it."



About Patriot Memory

Patriot Memory is a manufacturer of high quality memory solutions which include Extreme Performance (EP) solutions engineered to provide gamers the power to perform with extreme bandwidth and low latencies; in addition to Signature Line (SL) memory module solutions for desktop, notebook, workstations, servers, and Apple computers. Patriot also offers an array of Flash memory solutions for the latest digital cameras, digital audio players, mobile phones, PDAs, and mobile applications. Patriot is headquartered in Fremont, California, USA, and has sales offices throughout the U.S. Europe, and Asia. Patriot is a member of JEDEC, Apple Developers Connection, Intel Developer Forum, and SDA Association. Patriot memory works with over 150 different chipset, Motherboard, and technology leaders and developers in the market to ensure quality and performance products to our customers. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.patriotmemory.com.

About Entertainment Consumers Association

The Entertainment Consumers Association (ECA) is a 501(c)(4) non-profit membership organization established to serve the needs of those who play computer and video games.

Formed in 2006, the ECA is an advocacy organization for consumers of interactive entertainment. Gamers represent nearly fifty percent of the US population and spend $10 billion annually on gaming, yet as a group are continually overlooked by both politicians and the mainstream press. The mission of the ECA is to give game consumers a voice and to ensure that elected officials hear their concerns and appreciate the growing influence of the gamer demographic.

The organization, which is headquartered in Connecticut, focuses its advocacy efforts on consumer rights, anti-games legislation, and a host of other public policy concerns as well as providing substantial community, educational, and affinity benefits to its members - from discounts on subscriptions and game rentals and purchases to education, employment assistance, and insider access to industry news and events. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.theeca.com.

 

 

Good move by Patriot? Only time will tell. Discuss on our Forums.

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16-03-2008, 20:33:48

llwyd
We take a look at OCZs latest addition to their flash drive range - The supped up Rally2 Turbo

17-03-2008, 05:17:23

mrapoc
I got the original Rally2 4gb and i love it - Damn they make some sweet usb drives!

17-03-2008, 09:39:00

Bungral
That thing really does perform well.. I don't own and actual memory stick :( really should buy one. Just gotta decide whether having that sort of speed bothers me or if I'd prefer to save the 30 quid and get a cheap one.

17-03-2008, 09:44:49

llwyd

That thing really does perform well.. I don't own and actual memory stick :( really should buy one. Just gotta decide whether having that sort of speed bothers me or if I'd prefer to save the 30 quid and get a cheap one.



I would say it depends on the situations you'll be using it in. Mine gets used most in college, where I have to save work to it at the end of the lesson, when the faster I get out, the sooner I eat. So speed is most welcome.

Also if you'll be moving large files with it, you wont want to be sat for 30/40 minutes watching it move. If youre going to be moving word docs and pictures with it I wouldn't go smashing open the piggybank for something like this.

17-03-2008, 12:02:13

Bungral

I would say it depends on the situations you'll be using it in. Mine gets used most in college, where I have to save work to it at the end of the lesson, when the faster I get out, the sooner I eat. So speed is most welcome.

Also if you'll be moving large files with it, you wont want to be sat for 30/40 minutes watching it move. If youre going to be moving word docs and pictures with it I wouldn't go smashing open the piggybank for something like this.



Could be handy for me moving big video files but at the mo when I do that (say twice a month) I use a RW...

I'll deffo get one soon and probably a mid range stick.. Get a happy medium I spose.

Good review by the way.. Covered everything we'd need to know nice and simply :)

17-03-2008, 13:42:32

mrapoc
My original rally2 runs games alright but at times i wish i had a bit more speed - i dunno if i wud spend more (got mine 4gb from dabs for £25 inc delivery)

17-03-2008, 16:45:36

Pyr0
nice review m8 :)
wouldn't mind replacing my voyager gt with one of these
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