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Kingston Digital, Paramount offer movies in a flash

Fountain Valley-based firm will deliver full-length films via its memory devices.

By Kristen SchottPublished: November 02, 2009 10:21 AM

"Transfomers: Revenge of the Fallen," is available on a 4GB Kingston DataTraveler I for $30 at OfficeMax.
Fountain Valley-based Kingston Digital and Paramount Digital Entertainment are teaming up to deliver full-length movies on the company's Flash memory products.

The effort offers numerous advantages to both companies, especially with the growing reliance on technology in day-to-day life.

"Kingston is very excited to join forces with Paramount Digital Entertainment on this venture as they are one of the most innovative and forward-thinking studios for digital distribution," says Rick Webb, vice president of consumer markets group for the firm, which is the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Co.

He believes Paramount brings "great value" to the firm's memory devices.

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