Kingston Technology, a global leader in memory storage products and technology solutions, has teamed up with its channel partners to promote its authorized partner program in the Philippines.

With a 68% marketshare in 2017, the company ranks as the world’s number 1 manufacturer of memory modules for the third-party memory market for the 15th consecutive year (IHS and DRAMeXchange).

Kingston has partnered with over 300 authorized stores and nearly 500 brand ambassadors to bring its complete line up and sweet promotions to the Philippines.

Since the launch of its authorized partner program, Kingston now has over 300 authorized stores in the country, and well trained brand ambassadors who are able to guide customers on the most suitable storage solutions.

The brand will continue to bring seasonal special promotions and aims to provide free technical support as well as reliable warranties through its authorized partners.

During its event, Kingston also showcased its full lineup of products including the full rebranded Canvas memory cards, a variety of portable solutions, and system upgrade solutions for both everyday users and corporate users.

Kingston has rebranded its memory card family under the name “Canvas” last year.

Kingston offers complete USB portable storage solutions from USB 2.0 to 3.0., from
16GB to 2TB capacity.
Seeing the growing needs for mobile storage, Kingston provides memory on the go for
both iPhone and Android users.
Kingston also offers security solutions like hardware-encrypted USB drives and UV500
self-encrypted drives.
For organizations that want to put together their own server system, Kingston offers Server Premier DRAM modules and DC500 SSDs for greater workload.
HyperX also offers Predator DDR4 RGB memory and FURY RGB SSD for PC
enthusiasts and gamers, adding that zing to their RGB set up and also provides better performance.

For information on Kingston products, you may follow the brand’s social media accounts on Facebook and YouTube.

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