Kingston revenue from memory modules upto $2.56 billion.
Kingston Technology, Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it was ranked No. 1 in the world by independent research firm iSuppli in the third-party DRAM module market for the first six months of 2010. According to the report, Kingston’s revenue from memory modules was more than $2.56 billion (U.S.), giving it 45.8 percent of the total third-party memory module market.
“The strong relationships we have maintained for many years with our partners helped carry us through the downturn of 2008 and part of 2009,” said John Tu, co-founder, Kingston®. “We are fortunate that these relationships allow Kingston to stay strong.”
“Our good fortune has come from taking care of our employees and customers since we started this company over 20 years ago,” said David Sun, co-founder, Kingston. “We can only be successful if we continue to work hard and take care of each other.”
In 2009, iSuppli ranked Kingston as the world’s top memory module maker with revenues of more than $2.85 billion and a 40.3 percent share of the third-party DRAM market. The iSuppli report covers memory module revenue only. It does not cover Kingston’s NAND Flash revenues. In February, Kingston announced that its 2009 global revenues were $4.1 billion, the second highest in company history.
Kingston’s memory module products include branded or system-specific memory; ValueRAM® industry-standard memory built to JEDEC specs and designed for system integrators and white box builders; and HyperX® memory for gamers and PC enthusiasts who demand higher performance and speed. Founded in 1987 with a single offering, Kingston now makes and sells more than 2,000 memory products.
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* Revenue in U.S. Millions Source: iSuppli Corp., November 2010
For detailed information please visit the Kingston Web site at: www.kingston.com.