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2009-09-23 Rambus, Kingston co-develop threaded module
Rambus and Kingston announced the collaborative development of a threaded module prototype using DDR3 DRAM.
2005-05-12 Kingston's memory modules validated for Intel-based servers
Kingston Technology has launched a line of validated ValueRAM modules for servers based on the Intel platform.
2008-01-14 Kingston unrolls memory quad kits
Kingston Technology Co. Inc. announced at this week's CES that it is first to produce 1,066MHz DDR2 memory modules in quad-kit configurations.
2002-01-30 Kingston ships high-density RIMMs
Kingston Technology announced the availability of a new line of SO-RIMMs utilizing 288Mb and 256Mb high-density RDRAMs.
2004-02-03 Kingston rolls out memory modules for PCs
Kingston Technology Co. Inc. has released a 1GB DDR module that is designed for the avid gamers and PC enthusiasts.
2002-09-24 Kingston RIMMs double bandwidth capacity
The ValueRAM 32-bit RIMM 3200 and RIMM 4200 devices from Kingston Technology Co. Inc. support two 16-bit channels per memory modules.
2006-11-03 Kingston offers full production of 2Gbyte SO-DIMMs
Kingston Technology recently announced it is offering a full production launch of 2Gbyte 533MHz and 667MHz ValueRAM SO-DIMMs concurrent with the release of new 800MHz ValueRAM SO-DIMMs.
2004-01-13 Kingston memory modules operate at 2.7V
Kingston Technology Co. Inc. has launched its HyperX DDR 533MHz (PC4300) memory modules that are available in 256MB and 512MB capacities and 512MB and 1GB kits.
2003-07-14 Kingston memories offer thermal diffusion
Kingston Technology Co. Inc. has released the HyperX PC4000 and PC3700 memory modules that are targeted for the gamer and PC markets.
2002-12-19 Kingston Flash drive measures 73.66-by-23.88mm
Kingston Tech's Data Traveler USB Flash drive measures 73.66-by-23.88mm and is available in 32MB, 64MB, and 128MB capacities.
2003-09-23 Kingston expands manufacturing capacity in China
Kingston Technology Corp. has expanded its manufacturing capacity at its subsidiary in China - Kingston Technology Electronics (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.
2002-07-26 Kingston develops CSP technology for memory modules
Kingston Technology Co. Inc. has introduced the Elevated Package Over CSP (EPOC) 3D memory module technology.
2003-02-24 Kingston DDR400 memories compatible with Intel systems
Kingston Technology Co. Inc. has announced that it DDR400 (PC3200) memory modules have passed Intel's validation tests on the Intel DDR400 Pentium 4 processor desktop and workstation platforms.
2002-04-15 Kingston DDR memory modules suit next-gen servers
Kingston Technology Co. Inc. has announced the availability of 1GB and 2GB low-profile DDR PC2100-registered ECC memory modules for 1U and blade server environments.
2006-09-15 Kingston boosts microSD line with 1Gbyte device
Kingston Technology Company has announced the launch of 1Gbyte microSD expansion memory cards to further enhance its growing line of mobile memory solutions.
2003-01-15 Infineon to supply Kingston with memory products
Infineon Technologies AG and Kingston Technology Co. Inc. have signed a Long-Term Agreement in which Infineon will supply Kingston with DRAM components.
2002-12-19 Infineon signs Kingston as memory supplier
Infineon Technologies and Kingston Technology Co. Inc. have entered a Long-Term Agreement and a non-binding MoU.
2003-08-20 Elpida to receive $50M investment from Kingston Tech
DRAM manufacturer Elpida Memory Inc. and Kingston Technology Corp., an independent manufacturer of memory products, have signed a business agreement.
2003-09-10 Elpida memory devices receive Kingston nod
DRAM provider Elpida Memory has announced that their 512Mb DDR2 SDRAM devices have passed Kingston Technology Inc.'s verification testing.
2006-05-05 Phison to ship U3 controller ICs
Controller IC design house Phison Electronics disclosed that it will begin shipments of U3 solution for controller ICs within this month.
2006-05-30 Memory modules support socket AM2 desktop processors
Kingston Technology Co. Inc. announced the release of DDR2 800MHz ValueRAM memory modules to support select socket AM2 desktop processors.
2006-08-21 Memory modules support AMD Opteron processors
Kingston Technology said its ValueRAM DDR2 ECC and ECC memory modules support next-generation AMD Opteron processors.
2005-04-29 HyperX DDR2 PC2-6000 memory modules make their debut
Kingston is shipping in limited quantities HyperX DDR2 modules tested to run at PC2-6000 or 750MHz. The company is offering the unbuffered DIMM in capacities up to 1GB and dual-channel memory kits up to 2GB.
2005-07-28 Elpida leads wafer testing venture
Elpida Memory Inc. has linked with Advantest, Kingston Technology and Powertech Technology to form a start-up that the group says will become the world's largest wafer testing service.
2006-08-17 DDR2 memory runs at 667MHz, suits Opteron CPUs
Kingston's ValueRAM DDR2 memory features speeds of up to 667MHz, higher data bandwidths, lower power consumption and enhanced thermal performance.
2014-09-11 Data centres to gain from expanding DDR4 portfolio
DDR4 is definitely more an enterprise server play, and it's not likely it will turn up in mainstream notebooks in its early days, said Gordon Patrick, director of marketing at Micron Technology.
2008-07-28 microSDHC card adds 8GB memory to handsets
Kingston Technology Co. Inc. has added an 8Gbyte microSD High-Capacity (SDHC) flash memory card (SDC4/8GB) to its mobile memory storage line.
2008-04-23 Low-latency DDR2 SO-DIMM targets notebook market
Kingston Technology announced it is first to offer high-performance, low-latency 667MHz DDR2 SO-DIMM notebook memory to the global market.
2015-09-07 Every home to have 5 connected media devices by 2019
Merrick Kingston, principal analyst at IHS Technology, forecasts that by 2019, the number of media-enabled devices will be equivalent to five for every household on the planet.
2007-11-28 DDR2 DIMM ready for AMD Phenom processor
Kingston Technology is shipping a 1,066MHz ValueRAM DIMM designed specifically for AMD's Phenom processor.
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