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Lexar brings memory solutions with massive capacities to GITEX Africa 2024

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Products include cutting-edge CFexpress cards, next-gen performance SSDs, blazing-fast memory modules.

Lexar has introduced the world’s fastest memory solutions to this year’s GITEX Africa 2024, happening in Morocco. Lexar is currently the only memory solutions provider to offer massive storage capacities with blazing data transfer speeds, which professional photographers, videographers and gamers rely on while they capture images, record videos or play games.

Fissal Oubida, General Manager – Middle East, Africa, CIS and India, Lexar, said, “From a memory solutions market perspective, Morocco is ripe for disruption driven by a dynamic and tech-savvy population that is embracing latest technological innovations across sectors. GITEX Africa is important to us to showcase some of our latest memory products that offer the perfect combination of high speed and massive capacities. Whether it’s to store photos, videos, music or important files and other data, we have products that address all these needs while being compatible with laptops, desktop computers, smartphones or tablets.”

“Gaming in particular is a segment Lexar is looking to tap into given its immense potential in Morocco and beyond. Young Moroccan consumers have begun to recognize the importance of reliable hardware that will also allow them to upgrade as the need arises, and portable data storage products are a vital part of this mix. As an industry, it is therefore equally important that we continue to innovate and address emerging market requirements,” added Oubida.

During GITEX Africa 2024 Lexar is showcasing the world’s fastest memory solutions with massive capacities, including the CFexpress Type A card and its latest high-performance gaming DRAM. It will also display its blazing-fast gaming DRAM, ARES RGB DDR5, which clocks in at 8400MT/s and with timing as low as CL40.

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