A successful business professional in California, Mohsen “Max” Motamedian serves as manager of PcBase, USA, an information technology and distribution company that partners with leading manufacturers to offer innovative products to clients. One of the top brands that Mohsen Motamedian oversee is Kingston.
Based in California, Kingston is a manufacturer of memory products that serves a network of retailers, distributors, and resellers of electronic devices. Committed to innovation, Kingston recently introduced its new, high-endurance memory cards that offer seamless recording in write-intensive applications such as those used for security and surveillance.
Kingston’s High-Endurance microSD cards can store up to 20,000 hours of video recording in full HD. They are engineered and fully tested to withstand harsh temperatures and exposure to water. According to Tiago Gomes, the Flash business manager of Kingston EMEA, the High-Endurance microSD cards meet the growing demand for a stable storage solution to capture surveillance footages in security cameras at home and dash cameras in vehicles.
The microSD cards are available in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB storage capacities, and come with a 2-year warranty and free technical support.