- Dean Schroeder
Advanced Validation Labs, Inc.
For Release 9:05 a.m. EST, October 1, 2002:
Advanced Validation Labs Announces DDR Validation and Compatibility Program Support for the NVIDIA nForce2 Platform
Advanced Validation Labs Has Successfully Validated Memory Modules Supporting NVIDIA's nForce2 DDR Platform Processors
Fountain Valley, CA (October 01, 2002) - Advanced Validation Labs® (AVL), a
leading validation and testing services company, today announced its validation and compatibility testing
program for DDR memory modules supporting the latest NVIDIA® nForce2 platform processors.
To enable widespread availability of reliable DDR memory modules worldwide, AVL was chosen by NVIDIA as
a leading testing and validation lab for the industry. With the launch of the NVIDIA nForce2 platform
processors, memory module manufacturers and DRAM suppliers can start to ship DDR memory modules and
devices specifically tested by AVL for compatibility with nForce2-based motherboard platforms.
The NVIDIA-certified system validation program involves the testing of memory modules using NVIDIA's
reference platform. The validation test process includes the application of different voltage and thermal
ranges to further stress memory modules under test.
"It is NVIDIA's goal to provide the industry with the highest-performing and most feature rich PC
platform," said Drew Henry, senior director of platform business at NVIDIA. "Part of the nForce2 launch
process is ensuring that there are compatible, cost-effective and reliable memory solutions available to
customers worldwide. NVIDIA is confident that AVL will ensure compatibility and interoperability of memory
modules with high performance NVIDIA nForce2 platform processor-based motherboard solutions."
"AVL's collaboration with NVIDIA on the nForce2 platform plays an integral role in the purchasing
decision for customers looking for validated memory solutions," stated Larry Ho, director of technical labs
at Advanced Validation Labs. "AVL has extensive engineering experience and quick-turn validation services
so customers will be able to verify that their memory modules have been thoroughly tested with AVL's
comprehensive validation procedure," added Ho.
AVL/NVIDIA Validation Program
To submit DDR products for validation, contact Advanced Validation Labs at (714) 435-2630,
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the AVL website at
NVIDIA Corporation is a market leader in visual computing technology dedicated to creating products that
enhance the interactive experience on consumer and professional computing platforms. Its graphics
and communications processors have broad market reach and are incorporated into a wide variety of
computing platforms, including consumer digital-media PCs, enterprise PCs, professional workstations,
digital content creation systems, notebook PCs, military navigation systems and video games consoles.
NVIDIA is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and employs more than 1,400 people worldwide. For
more information, visit the company's Web site at www.nvidia.com.
About Advanced Validation Labs, Inc.
Advanced Validation Labs (AVL) is a service company focused on delivering DRAM testing and validation expertise
to technology designers and builders. Operated and driven by engineers, AVL capabilities support a
"one stop" approach created to simplify the testing and validation efforts. Headquartered in the
USA, AVL is fully equipped to perform test services at the component, module, and system levels. AVL is a
leader in the performance and management of industry certification programs. Contact AVL at:
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Advanced Validation Labs, 17800 Newhope Street, Suite B, Fountain Valley, CA 92708, (714) 435-2630.
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