Kingston is the world’s largest memory module supplier in 2021

Kingston is a well-known storage brand, especially its memory products, which often become the first choice for users to install. Although in the eyes of many enthusiasts, it seems that there are some good brands to choose memory with strong performance, in terms of the overall shipment scale of memory, Kingston, which fully covers various market segments, has a relatively large advantage.
According to TechPowerup, analyst firm TrendForce’s ranking by revenue shows that Kingston is the world’s largest memory module supplier in 2021, with revenue of US$14.2 billion and a 78.7% market share, and is rated as the world’s top third-party memory module supplier.

In 2021, the top five memory module suppliers accounted for 90% of total sales, and Kingston alone accounted for the vast majority. TrendForce said that in the past two years, due to the changes in people’s lifestyles due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the increase in the demand for remote work and learning has driven the growth of memory module shipments. Thanks to highly customized products, it is fully prepared for the market segment, allowing Kingston’s shipments to continue to grow.

The 2021 findings from TrendForce reflect the company’s continued growth and flexibility to tackle another challenging business year,” said Craig Tilmont, senior director of marketing, Kingston. “As we celebrate our 35-year anniversary, it reinforces our company’s strength, position and importance in the industry as we maintain the top spot for the 19th consecutive year. Kingston Is With You and we stand ready to support high volume demands.
Kingston recently announced the addition of AMD EXPO-certified DDR5 memory modules to the FURY Beast family, and as the industry transitions from DDR4 to DDR5, Kingston is ready to support upcoming platforms. Kingston began shipping DDR5 memory modules last year and became the first third-party supplier to be validated for Intel’s platform.