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Kingston launches NV1 NVMe PCIe solid state drive
Aimed for use in laptops and small form factor PCs, these tiny but fast drives single-sided M.2 SSDs promise to be a great upgrade or new build storage solution.
Kingston Technology releases data center NVMe SSD boot drive
DC1000B is designed in a 2280 form factor that includes onboard power-loss protection and is engineered with 0.5DWPD endurance for extended service life.
HyperX releases gaming hardware, peripherals for PC and PS4
The company has developed DDR4 memory especially for AlienWare PCs, and headsets for the PS4.
Kingston releases DDR4-3200 Registered DIMMs for AMD EPYC
Kingston’s Server Premier modules are specifically engineered to take full advantage of AMD’s latest eight-channel server microarchitecture.
Kingston ships world's largest-capacity USB
Memory provider says the device is shipping now in 512GB capacity, representing the fastest USB 3.0 Flash drive in the Kingston family.
EXOL cuts Vaughan Nankivell & Huawei role
The tough decisions have been made by Express Online and Huawei in NZ.
Synnex to celebrate birthday in style
Synnex New Zealand will celebrate its seventh birthday this week, with a party which will literally ‘bring down the walls’.
Planned obsolescence and Apple’s soldered-in RAM
Easiest way to get your PC lasting a few more years? Double the RAM, works a treat.
The security risk IT departments love to ignore
What ubiquitous tool has caused half of organisations to lose sensitive or confidential information?
Wi-Drive launched in NZ
Wireless memory tool for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch on sale next week.
Milestone achieved by Simms in NZ - CodeBlue Wins
The local distributor best known for selling Dell has just achieved another milestone.
Simms reports Kingston growth in New Zealand
Demand for Solid State Drives from Simms International's New Zealand resellers has grown by over 400%.
Kingston launches super fast USB 3.0 drive
Kingston and Simms International have launched the HyperX MAX 3.0 External USB 3.0 Drive.
Simms signs 100th Dell reseller
Over 100 authorised resellers now signed up to the PartnerDirect programme with Simms.
Simms signs five new vendors
Elgato, InvisibleSHIELD, Just Mobile, Kanex, and VMware join the peripherals business.
Kingston introduces USB 3.0 Flash drives
New sticks said to feature ten times the data transfer rates of the current USB 2.0 standard.
Kingston NZ manager joins Simms - Updated
Vaughan Nankivell joins Simms as General Manager, Corporate and Enterprise.
BlockMaster joins Kingston beat
Kingston steps up a gear in the secure USB market with latest signing.
WWE: Elimination Chamber 2010
The Elimination Chamber is arguably WWE’s most brutal match, with six wrestlers battling it out to become the heavyweight champion
Exclusive: Under the Simms bonnet
The Channel recently spoke to Simms NZ Managing Director Paul Johnston who talked us through how the company plans to operate in New Zealand.
Tired of the sand in your mouth?
I am fortunate to work in the IT industry in both the Australian and New Zealand markets and was recently asked at a social gathering the differences between Australian and New Zealand resellers and how they have adapted to the challenges of these economic times.
Kingston's Partner Programme
Kingston’s partner program is unique in that it is designed to attract customers for reseller partners.
Available immediately, the new USB readers ship with either a 1GB or 2GB capacity microSD card.
Hot High Margin Opportunities
Do you find yourself remembering the good old days when you could earn 30 points on a laptop ? While many products have been affected by commoditisation opportunities still exist to make decent margin.