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Tuesday, 15 March 2011 10:08

Kingston reports record revenues

Written by Fudzilla staff


$6.5 billion in 2010
Memory maker Kingston has done pretty well in 2010 and the outfit is reporting record revenues of $6.5 billion, the highest in the company’s 25 year history.

The good results are primarily attributed to a rise in average sales prices and improved demand generated by the economic recovery. In 2009, Kingston reported revenues of $4.1 billion.

Kingston is also making serious inroads in the SSD market, which is proving to be rather lucrative.
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