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Value-add distributor Exertis Hammer and memory and storage vendor Micron agree pan-European distribution deal

Value-add distributor Exertis Hammer and memory and storage vendor Micron have agreed a pan-Europe distribution agreement. The deal will see Exertis Hammer adding the range of Micron’s NVMe and SATA SSDs to its portfolio.

  • 07 Oct 2019 Posted in
The Micron range includes enterprise, client, industrial and automotive offerings and features the industry’s first QLC SSD, four bits per cell, which brings with it a cost as well as a technology advantage. Exertis Hammer will sell the full range of Micron SSD products across Europe, specifically those aimed at the enterprise market.

“This will be a big benefit to our customers,” said General Manager Nick Powling . “Micron is recognised as having leading products within the enterprise market on SATA and NVMe products. By adding these to our portfolio, it enhances our ability to provide customers with the right solutions to meet their ever-changing needs and expand our customer base across Europe.”

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