Princeton Technology

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Princeton Technology Inc.
Type Private
Industry Computer Memory[1]
Headquarters 1691 Browning Ave
Irvine, California
, U.S.[2]
Key people

Nasir Javed (President & CEO)

David Gilbert (Vice-President)
Products DRAM Modules
USB Flash Drives
Solid State Drives
Flash Memory Cards
Industrial Flash Products
Website www.princetonusa.com[3]

Princeton Technology Inc. is an American, privately held company based in Orange County, California. With headquarters in Irvine, Princeton Technology was founded in 1989 to provide design and manufacturing services to DRAM module makers. Princeton Technology began producing and selling DRAM modules and in 2003 started producing “Princeton Original” DRAM modules. Princeton Technology is a global company with a developed network of design, manufacturing and distribution sources. To date, Princeton Technology products have been sold in over 55 countries by a group of importers, resellers and distributors.[4][5] Since 2008, Princeton Technology has been manufacturing and distributing industrial SSD and flash storage products. Princeton has manufacturing facilities in the United States, Taiwan, and China.

Princeton is also the producer of the Lynx brand of solid state hard drives. As of August 2011, These drives are offered at storage capacities of up to 512GB. At CeBIT 2009, Arnold Schwarzenegger endorsed California technology companies saying that they would “’pump up the economy’ in the face of the global recession”[6][7] Princeton participated in and supported the governor's initiative at CeBIT 2009.

Innovation[edit]

1500 G Shock 15 G Vibration Specifications[edit]

Princeton Industrial Compact Flash products have 1500 G Shock and 15G Vibration specifications. At CeBIT 2009, it was noted for its ability to handle temperatures from –40 °C to 85 °C[8][9][10][11]

Princeton Technology line of USB flash drives.

ISO 9001:2008 Certification[edit]

Princeton Technology qualified for ISO9001:2008 certification by TUV SUD America, Inc.[12]

A company qualifies for ISO9001:2008 Certification if it “demonstrate[s] its ability to consistently provide product that meets customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements, and aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for continual improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.”[13]

Memory types[edit]

Princeton first dealt with OEM memory but in 2003, Princeton developed a company brand, trademarked as “Princeton Original.”[12]

Products[edit]

Princeton Technology carries many products including DDR1, DDR2, and DDR3 memory,[12] USB flash drives ranging in capacity from 1GB to 64GB, Compact Flash cards, Secure Digital cards, Industrial and Embedded SSD drives, and client SSD's branded as Lynx.

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