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Kingston to boost capacity by outsourcing

Posted on Wednesday, December 02 2009 @ 17:57:59 CET by


Kingston reveals it intends to expand its DRAM and NAND supply by outsourcing some of its production to Taiwan-based Panram International and Orient Semiconductor:
Kingston Technology will increase its supply of DRAM modules and NAND flash devices through outsourced production to Taiwan-based Panram International and Orient Semiconductor Electronics (OSE), instead of expanding its own module assembling capacity, according to company co-founder David Sun. Kingston's own production capacity in China and Taiwan will be neither decreased nor expanded.

Kingston plans to extend its partnership with OSE for NAND flash products, whereas Panram will manufacture its DRAM products, said Sun.




 



 

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